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Lab Notebook – January 25, 2015

Revealing letters in rolled Herculaneum papyri by X-ray phase-contrast imaging : Nature Communications : Nature Publishing Group 012015 Hundreds of papyrus rolls, buried by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD and belonging to the only library passed on … Continue reading

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Lab Notebook – December 14, 2014

Media in Transition 9: Mediating Audiences – MIT Comparative Media Studies/Writing [May 1-3] Audiences, broadly speaking, now include readers, viewers (of exhibits as well as film and television, for instance), players, users (of software as well as libraries), and people … Continue reading

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Lab Notebook – February 16, 2014

Content economics, part 5: news | Felix Salmon 021114 "… journalists themselves are becoming much more portable than they ever used to be. It used to be that if you left the NYT or WSJ or ABC News or some … Continue reading

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Lab Notebook – January 26, 2014

A Blogger’s First Amendment Rights – and Responsibilities – On The Media 012414 A federal court ruled last week that a blogger who had lost a defamation suit in 2011 should have the same free speech protections as a traditional … Continue reading

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Lab Notebook – January 19, 2014

100 Songs in a Day – On The Media 011714 One way to make money making music online is the boring way. Write one song that does incredibly well and live off the royalties for the rest of your life. … Continue reading

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