The New York Times

What Every Journalist Should Know About Science

By Features March 7, 2016

A condition called ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) is—or is not—a precursor of breast cancer. It does—or does not—require treatment. Doctors differ on these questions because definitive scientific evidence doesn’t exist. Some women with DCIS, a collection of abnormal … Read more

What APIs Can Do for News

By July 13, 2015

“It was a success in every dimension except the one we thought it would be.” That’s Daniel Jacobson’s tweet-length summary of his experience, in 2008, opening up a hefty selection of NPR’s vast resources to any software developer anywhere in … Read more

For Online Publications, Data Is News

By Books March 24, 2015

The Texas Tribune launched in late 2009 with a newsroom of veteran journalists and rising stars. And while that respected crew of reporters, editors, and columnists would go on to unearth their share of political scoops, it wasn’t traditional reporting … Read more