Friday, November 12, 2010

Readers recommend and more

  • Center on Wrongful Convictions of Youth on Twitter:   @cwcyouth.   The Center on Wrongful Convictions of Youth identifies, investigates, and litigates credible innocence claims of wrongfully convicted young people, provides resources and support for actors in the juvenile and criminal justice systems, and advocates for policy reforms that will decrease the likelihood that any youth will be wrongfully convicted. (From their web site)   (A blog reader)
  • D.C. Government/Council media clips.   Online and on Twitter (@DCGovClips) .   You need news about the DC government?   Look for clips between 7:00 - 7:30 am Monday through Friday by Karyn-Siobhan Robinson.   (Susie)
  • USATODAY Daily Briefing offers interesting tech, life, and other news that complements what I read from other sources.   Sign up online.   (Susie)

One reader also shared this:

Twitter has really changed the way I read, in that I spend less time searching the Post or the Atlantic and more time clicking on interesting things that end up in my news feed.

What about you?   Are you overwhelmed with feeds, emails, tweets?   What are you doing to manage?

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