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november 2017

  1. The Voices in Blue America’s Head
  2. For years, liberals have tried, and failed, to create their own version of conservative talk radio. Has Crooked Media finally figured it out?

  3. UPNG: fast PNG minifier
  4. Shrink and optimize images. Set the ideal balance between the quality and the size.

  5. Sports Scoreboards for Broadcasting and Television | live-score-app.com
  6. Mishiko – GPS and activity tracker for your pet
  7. City icons of the world on Behance
  8. Weatherman – The unforgettable umbrella
  9. Unmatched quality. Smart technology. Meteorologist-led design.

  10. Another Lens – News Deeply x Airbnb.Design
  11. Celebrity Perv Apology Generator
  12. Därför skrev jag aldrig storyn om när Notch tackade nej till 1 miljard
  13. Antikvariat på Instagram synliggör gamla fina böcker
  1. Announcing Quackbot, a Slack bot for journalists from Quartz and DocumentCloud
  2. In its first version, Quackbot can do a select few tricks that might prove handy in a modern newsroom, from grabbing screenshots of webpages to pointing out clichés. But we’re excited to collaborate with the rest of the journalism world to give Quackbot many more skills over time. Think of it as a fully hosted and friendly interface to open-source tools.

  3. The importance of tone and personality in mobile storytelling
  1. Information Technology teams and Slack
  2. Data Stories That Aren’t Downers
  3. Schibsted Future Report – Outlook 2018
  4. The Scandinavian media giant Schibsted’s annual trends report — part predictions, part survey research, part self-promotion — is out today, free for anyone interested.

  5. The Washington Post Is A Software Company Now
  6. The newspaper created a platform to tackle its own challenges. Then, with Amazon-like spirit, it realized there was a business in helping other publishers do the same.

  7. Mac keyboard shortcuts – Apple Support
  8. Free Open Source Password Manager | bitwarden
  9. The easiest and safest way for individuals, teams, and business organizations to store, share, and sync sensitive data.

  10. Coming Nov. 28 — Slow Burn: A Podcast About Watergate
  11. It took two years for the Watergate scandal to unfold—for a break-in at the Democratic Party’s headquarters to go from a weird little caper to a constitutional crisis that brought down a president. What was it like to experience those two years in real time?