Now on J-Source: Covering Pakistan, Your brain on the Internet

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Why we don't cover Pakistan
With 17 million people now homeless - and a looming food crisis - the floods in Pakistan is an important international story. Why isn't it being treated like one? Claude Adams reports.

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Every year for the past 13 years, John Brockman, founder of online publication Edge, poses a question to a diverse group of movers and shakers. In an essay for Neiman Reports - Harvard's annual exploration of journalism - Brockman explains what makes a good question and gives some of the responses to this year's question: "How is the Internet changing the way you think?"

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Traditional media are scrambling to create online communities. A report on who's doing it right - and who's doing it wrong. This week we feature Rodney Barnes' story from the spring issue of the Ryerson Review of Journalism.

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