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If you were on Twitter yesterday, you probably noticed the trending hashtag #AdviceForYoungJournalists, which was sparked off by a bitingly cynical blog post from financial journalist Felix Salmon. His advice to young wannabe journalists contacting him for guidance is this: don't become journalists....
Since Alan Rusbridger announced on Twitter that he will be stepping down as The Guardian's editor-in-chief, speculation about his replacement has been rife. The search for its new editor has been going on for about a month. Will step down...
Snapchat has launched its Discover platform - a new way to present stories to target its young, casual audience. Mail Online, Vice and Yahoo! News are just some of the nine media organisations partnering up with Snapchat in this venture to tell stories...
In a post entitled ‘2014 Was Our Favourite Year Yet’, BuzzFeed brags about its metrics. It has every right to - they’re pretty impressive. Just look at the numbers for yourself: People spent 58,655 years on BuzzFeed ...
Looking for the best infographics of 2013? Malofiej22 is a world infographic summit held annually in Pamplona, Spain. Missed it?  Interhacktives have storified of the highlights that came out of the latest Malofiej22, held on 26 - 28 March. The best...
Gerard Baker, editor of the Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones, spoke at City University about business journalism and the online publishing strategies they must take to survive...
This afternoon from 5 PM, Interhacktives will live blog from the Online News Association discussion and networking event of 2014. Journalists and guest speakers will discuss how digital journalists and editors juggle the need for speed and the need for accurate reporting...
Interhacktives are launching a weekly newsletter that will be packed full of digital journalism content - both from our site and from around the wider web. Get all our latest stories,interviews, how to guides, opinion and analysis pieces straight to...
The app that will make your writing shorter, bolder and clearer.
From EU cookie law to Buzzfeed UK, Nassos Stylianou brings you the top stories of 2013 to come out of Interhacktives HQ.
Interhacktives was at last week's MediaLab Session. Find out about the joint venture of Newspaper Club and The Guardian.
The BBC’s George Alagiah chairs the 5th Hackney Debate, a discussion of how social media is shaping society, and in some cases how society is shaping social media.
Hacks Hackers London met-up in late November, and introduced some excellent new tools. What were they?
The eagerly-awaited data project from Martin Belam and Trinity Mirror, formerly known as 'Mysterious Project Y', has officially been named... Ampp3d.
Nassos Stylianou talks with Malachy Browne, news editor at social media news agency Storyful.
A new piece of research by Twiplomacy shows the extent to which international NGOs use Twitter to communicate with the public.
On 13 November, the Online Journalism Association (ONA) organised WJChat, the first international web chat for journalists.

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Big data. We’ve been hearing it all too often as of late. The world is coming to realise that the amount of information spread across the web could lead to innovation after innovation. But how do we find it...
Yesterday the final results were in for Thursday’s 2013 council elections, and true to form some of the biggest media publications were not content with simply stating by numbers which councils had won or lost seats (à la the...