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Investigative journalism: the best of times and the worst of times -
Create your own Instagram/Facebook/Twitter API with Google Drive and IFTTT -
The newfound power of the social media editor -
How a politician’s photos were matched with flight data and expenses to identify potential rulebreaking -
How to: learn about CSS by creating a ‘tweetable quote’ -
How to: embed images in ‘tweet this’ links -
Newsquest charging students for a byline? They could at least sell it properly -
How-to: learn about APIs while making tweetable quotes -
How-to: learn HTML and CSS by making tweetable quotes -
Guest post: Crowdfunding a lawsuit against the German government to unveil the export of surveillance technology to dictatorships -
#PublicDuty – mass whistleblowing or political campaign? -
Book review: Hill and Lashmar – Online Journalism: The Essential Guide -
Malachy Browne’s tips on verification – in 12 tweets -
Spanish version of data journalism book now live: “Excel para periodistas” -
FAQ: Investigative journalism now – and its future -
Guest post: 10 lessons from data journalism training -
Is data journalism teaching repeating the same mistakes as online journalism teaching? -
“In our country, do we want to allow a means of communication between people which we cannot read?” -
Report: Journalism, media and technology predictions 2015 -
FAQ: How Twitter has changed journalism; how journalism has stayed the same -
2 quotes you need to read about Facebook’s video moves -
What to do if your FOI is refused under ‘commercial sensitivity’ and ‘breach of confidence’ -
The ‘Metajournalist’ and the return of personalised news: research on automated reporting -
2 weeks to “Save journalists’ sources” in consultation over law used to spy on journalists -
When reporting on data remember that those who don’t count aren’t counted -
What you read most on the Online Journalism Blog in 2014 -
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