Hi, my name is Mathew Ingram. I write about digital media for the Columbia Journalism Review, and this is a newsletter that is made up of links I've either found on Twitter or Facebook, or that have been shared by my social network. Hope you enjoy it!
The Whole Story
– Jun 27, 2018, 8:37 AM
But could that complexity be artificially induced? Was there a way to cultivate better conversations? To find out, the researchers started giving the participants something to read before they met — a short article on another…
Axios has obtained a leaked draft of a Trump administration bill — ordered by the president himself — that would declare America's abandonment of fundamental World Trade Organization rules. Why it matters: The draft legislation is…
We created Quartz for people excited by change, and have focused our journalism on helping you see around corners. Today we're unveiling some change for Quartz itself, with a sharper vision of our future and a bet on where media is headed. We're…
The New York Times
– Jun 30, 2018, 11:00 PM
LOS ANGELES — Marlon Parada, a construction worker in Los Angeles, already was worried when he got an urgent call from his cousin in Honduras, asking if he would agree to take in the cousin's 14-year-old daughter. She'd been taken from her…
The Washington Post
– Jul 1, 2018, 4:23 PM
The check arrived out of the blue, issued in his name for $1,200, a mailing from a consumer finance company. Stephen Huggins eyed it carefully. A loan, it said. Smaller type said the interest rate would be 33 percent. Way too high, Huggins thought.