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Data Journalism is improving — fast

Data Journalism is improving — fast<p><b>by Frederic Filloux</b><p><i>The last Data Journalism Awards announced last week at the Global Editors Network News Summit</i> …

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Martha’s Favorite Recipes for Summer

Warm-weather dining calls for delicious meals made with the season’s bounty of fresh, ripe produce. Here are Martha's all-time favorite recipes for casual summer entertaining.<p>These picture-perfect muffins are studded with fresh blueberries and capped with crunchy sugar and crumb toppings. The …


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Sweden Plans to Shut Down FM Radio by 2022 - A Journal of Musical Things

<b>Published on</b> June 27th, 2013 | <i>by Alan Cross</i><p>0<p>Despite a really good and prolonged attempt in North America, digital radio never took off. The reasons …

Edmonton home to Canada's senior women's basketball team

Team to train at Saville Community Sports Centre on University of Alberta's south campus<p>Edmonton will be the year-round home base for Canada's senior …

Canada appears to be dropping off the tourism map: Why do you think this is? Would you recommend to your international friends and family to come down here?

Comment protéger votre smartphone d'attaques

La dernière étude de Juniper donne le tournis. Le cabinet américain indique que le nombre de logiciels malveillants introduits dans les mobiles a …

This Glove Could Help Deaf-Blind People Communicate With Anyone, Anywhere

And the research behind it could change how we all interact with computers and with each other.<p>Michael Scaturro<p>On the hottest day of the summer so far in Berlin, Tom Bieling, a 32-year-old doctoral candidate, walked quickly down a corridor on the second floor of a science building mere blocks away …