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@NiemanLab shared
RT @rkapkap: I look forward every year to the @NiemanLab roundup of predictions about what next in journalism from people in the thick of it. My bit: on how to get people to love - and pay - for great journalism https://t.co/5dj8sjNs26
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Falling in love with your subscription

Falling in love with your subscription

"We compete with not only other similar news media but every kind of frictionless and dynamically adaptive content experience that users get from all the other content apps on their phones."

Through the looking glass, backwards: What Nieman Lab’s Predictions for Journalism 2018 tell us about where we’re headed

Through the looking glass, backwards: What Nieman Lab’s Predictions for Journalism 2018 tell us about where we’re headed

An academic read through a bunch of smart people's thoughts on the near-term future for news. Here are the trends he found.

You Are Mountain

You Are Mountain

A strange video game from the Her animator bests Spike Jonze's film at depicting what a relationship with an alien really would be like.

Inside the larps that let human players experience AI life

Inside the larps that let human players experience AI life

Game designers are using artificial intelligence to explore everything from racial discrimination to cathartic emotion

In the Movies, A.I. Wants to Help … Until It Doesn’t

In the Movies, A.I. Wants to Help … Until It Doesn’t

Five films that creatively show the good and the not-so-good of the relationship between smart machines and humans.

Tech and the inevitable unintended consequences

Tech and the inevitable unintended consequences

This isn’t the first time I have written about the dichotomy of technology. We are often caught between convenience and consequences. Some of the consequences are of our own making. But ...