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Nowhere are we more critical of modern media platforms than in the posts and comments of those same p
 

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July 19 · Issue #9 · View online
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Nowhere are we more critical of modern media platforms than in the posts and comments of those same platforms. The web, it seems, trends toward meta commentary. This week’s set of links departs from the typical scattershot of top notch content in order to explore something that matters a great to content producers and consumers alike: Storytelling in the Internet Age. Where has it been? Where is it now? And, most important, what is our role in shaping where it heads next? For me, it begins with engaging thoughtful analysis like the stories you’ll find below. From there it’s anyone’s guess. - Lucas

Writing That's Worth a Read
The Web We Have to Save
What's the Best Medium for a Storyteller in 2015 and Beyond?
Escaping the New Media Cargo Cult
Last Week's Most Popular Story
Make it Reign: How an Atlanta Strip Club Runs the Music Industry (100% NSFW)
Featured Tech Tool
Pocket Listen
"The Internet, with its open, distributed structure, was designed to withstand a nuclear attack. If it can do that, it can withstand corporate America." - Barry Shell, 1995
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