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I had recently finished working on the news desk of The Guardian, and it was strange to be simply observing a news event rather than being involved in covering it. The experience became even odder when I nipped up to the top floor of City University'
Why The Conversation Should Be Required Viewing At The NSA Alexander Huls at The Atlantic intelligently stretches an article that could have read Because Gene Hackman rules...The Hotel Manager from The Shining Was the First Actor to Play James Bond
Editor at The Conversation The Conversation staff at work today. The Conversation Three years ago we launched The Conversation with a simple aim: to improve the quality of public discourse (aka conversation). That hasn't altered, but we have grown,
University (1.3) La Trobe University (1.2) University of Adelaide (1.0) Authors and member universities can access their dashboards for further metrics...Our monthly audience is now 1.5 million unique visitors, with a subsequent reach through our
I thought The Conversation was a smart idea the first time I heard about it. It's a news website written by academics on the latest research and discoveries. A team of journalists and some clever software ensure the university professors come down
We'd like to share some reflections on the year that was, as well as what lies ahead in 2014, and invite you to take a look at our 2013 Stakeholder Report. Editorial highlights of the year the Election, our FactCheck service, the launch of Education
Editor, The Conversation Before we're all distracted by the end of year rush, I wanted to provide you with a brief overview of how we are travelling...In terms of readers we have almost tripled since this time last year to 1.4m unique visitors a
Carolina Hurricanes forward Kevin Westgarth has been suspended for two games without pay by the NHL for a boarding hit. The league's department of player safety announced Westgarth's suspension Tuesday. Westgarth was suspended for his hit on Ottawa
Editors' Picks Under the gunmetal gray London sky, a bomb goes off in a crowded marketplace. Multiple surveillance cameras capture the hum of activity just prior to the terror attack. The scattered point of view which owes heavily to Francis Coppola'
Walter Murch A vivid presentation by legendary sound engineer Walter Murch on the dynamics of sound in film leaves the audience transfixed. Think of sound as a fabric, smooth and cruel like silk or rough and warm like tweed, said Walter Murch to an