Predictions for 2015
Nieman Lab’s top predictions for journalism in 2015: Melody Kramer on crowdsourcing, Alberto Cairo on visualization, Philip Bump on news notifications, Zeynep Tufekci on getting creeped out by algorithms, Latoya Peterson on how communication is changing, among others.
The best data visualization projects of 2014 from Flowing Data.
The best data journalism of 2014 from FiveThirtyEight.
The best science visualizations of the year at Wired.
Top 10 photos in journalism from 500px.
2014: the year in pictures from the New York Times.
14 striking Pew research findings from 2014.
Best digital and social media research of 2014 from the Shorenstein Center including mapping the Trayvon Martin media response, looking at filter bubbles and echo chambers, and researching change in the news landscape.
The top 10 podcast episodes of 2014 brought to us by The People Podcast, including Studio360, Unfictional, StartUp, and Brian Lehrer.
Best 21 podcasts of the year from WNYC, including Serial, Meet the Composer, Radiolab, Studio360, The Moth and BBC.
Best editorial cartoons of 2014 from The Week.
The best of the worst journalism of 2014 from CJR.
The best ‘solutions journalism’ of 2014 including pieces on mental illness, environmental remediation, veteran’s issues and MOOCs.
Best uses of social media in journalism in 2014 from ijnet.
Tools for journalists and storytellers
2,500 journalism tools compiled by Ezra Eeman at Journalism Tools.
10 Google tools investigative journalists should learn to use.
Five dirty words journalists need to learn, from James Breiner.
Ben Zimmer’s nominees for best word of 2014. Our favorite? Dronie: a selfie taken by a drone.