Poynter's Beth Winegarner offers six tips to help journalists cope with covering tragedies, such as the shooting last night at a movie theater near Denver, Colorado. In a related story, also on Poynter, Julie Moos takes a look at how news of that shooting spread.
Tim Burrowes on mUmBRELLA points out how paywalls are changing the way journalists write and a lurking danger that can come with this change.
On GigaOM, Mathew Ingram discusses the backlash at Instagram and what it says about the future of media.
In a weekend long-read, Marie Brenner of Vanity Fair provides an in-depth look into the life and last days of journalist Marie Colvin, who was killed while covering the ongoing violence in Syria in February.
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