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Nats Journal: Another injury for Nationals: Casey Janssen to receive MRI exam on right shoulder

VIERA, Fla. — Washington Nationals reliever Casey Janssen is expected to undergo an MRI exam on his sore right shoulder on Monday, Manager Matt Williams said. Janssen has had trouble getting his shoulder loose recently and felt some discomfort during his last outing on March 23.Read full article >>

Iman Shumpert Injury: Updates on Cavaliers Star's Ankle and Return

Cleveland Cavaliers swingman Iman Shumpert exited Sunday's game against the Philadelphia 76ers with an ankle injury. Continue for updates. Shumpert Hurts Left Ankle vs. 76ers Sunday, March 29 Jason Lloyd of the Akron Beacon Journal has...Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Mike Rizzo on the Nationals’ injuries, roster competitions

VIERA, Fla. — The Nationals could likely to begin the season with three players on the disabled list — Anthony Rendon, Denard Span and Nate McLouth — and perhaps a fourth if Jayson Werth isn’t ready for opening day. Injuries are a large factor in baseball, and the Nationals are already dealing with their fair share of them before the season starts.Read full article >>

A One Way Ticket to Understanding: A Conversation With Author Maggie Messitt

Maggie Messitt is the author of The Rainy Season, a work of narrative journalism that explores the lives of three people living in South Africa after apartheid. She traces the experiences of Thoko Makwakwa, a traditional healer and illegal...Show More Summary

President Scott Walker Will Overwhelm ISIS With Sheer Weight Of His Flip Flops

Scott Walker, Wisconsin’s governor and yet another 2016 presidential hopeful, is once again groovin’ to the sweet sounds of the Immigration Metronome. According to the Wall Street Journal, while at a private dinner with a group of New...Show More Summary

Will These Apps Make You A Citizen Journalist?

Twitter has introduced Periscope, which is competing with Meerkat to enable real time video on social media. It’s lots of fun, but will it lead to what is being called “citizen journalism”? Is this going to motivate you to go out and cover news? When three buildings collapsed and ignited a blaze in New York, [...]

The Job of Journalist Is Finished

Speaking at Mojocon yesterday in Dublin, Ireland Yesterday, I was a speaker at MojoCon, a conference on Mobile Journalism, held in Dublin, Ireland. The topic was, obviously, mobile journalism -- that is, using iPhones and such to work...Show More Summary

10 Ways Writing Can Help You Become a Better Runner

Every runner should keep a running journal. Yeah, I know all about DailyMile, Nike Plus, Strava, and RunKeeper. They're all good for analytics, GPS mapping, numbers, and social connections. However, there's something intimate and remarkable that happens when you write your thoughts down by hand. Consider the impact of the handwritten word. Show More Summary

Nats Journal: Opening day is ‘a stretch’ for Jayson Werth

VIERA, Fla. — Even though Jayson Werth had a good first day of batting practice against live pitching on Saturday, being ready for opening day on April 6 is “a stretch,” Manager Matt Williams said Sunday. And as it likely appears, the...Show More Summary

The Daily Beast’s Best Longreads

6 hours agoNews : The Daily Beast

Prison menus, the war criminal next door and a college basketball player who drives for Uber—it’s all happening in The Daily Beast’s picks for the best journalism from around the web this week.

Feedback: Letters to LJ, March 15, 2015 Issue

Elevator pitches, anger about open access, unsung heroes, and more letters to the editor from the March 15, 2015 issue of Library Journal.

Nats Journal: Nationals-Marlins lineups and discussion thread

VIERA, Fla. — The Nationals are entering the home stretch of the spring. Five spring games and an exhibition contest remain before the regular season begins on April 6. Ryan Zimmerman is resting his banged left shoulder/back so Mike Carp starts at first base. Show More Summary

8 sci-fi movie gadgets that might soon become real products

Some of the wild tech concepts shown in sci-fi movies are closer than ever to becoming real, and The Wall Street Journal has listed eight such gadgets that seem to have been inspired from movies and may soon be available to interested buyers. Show More Summary

Humanity Is a Geologic Force “as Earth-Changing as a Meteorite Strike”

The idea that humans are fundamentally and irreversibly impacting the planet is impossible to ignore. But are we a geological force, on par with volcanoes and plate tectonics? A new study published Wednesday in the journal Nature says...Show More Summary

What the ‘sound’ of food can tell you about its flavor

8 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

Everybody loves bacon. Well, mostly everybody. Little Caesars definitely does. And while most people would say the taste and smell of bacon is what makes it so enjoyable, a paper published in the journal Flavour says it has more to do with the food’s texture. The paper was authored by food sensory...

Roy Jones Jr. vs. Paul Vasquez: Winner, Recap and Reaction

For the second time in less than a month, Roy Jones Jr. was victorious in rather quick fashion. Saturday night in Pensacola, Florida, Jones earned a technical-knockout win over Paul Vasquez. The Pensacola News Journal posted a photoShow More Summary

Robots: Drone Journalism

In this episode, we speak with Matthew Schroyer, founder of, co-founder of Drones for Good, and developer of the “Drones for Schools” program which teaches students to design, fabricate and program unmanned aerial systems to monitor the environment.

YOG Reporters from Singapore to Sochi!

For many of them this is the beginning of a successful career in sports journalism. A former ‘apprentice’, Sonali Prasad caught up with some of her fellow graduate reporters, Julia Vynokurova (RUS) and Emily Ridlington (CAN) at Sochi...Show More Summary

Weekly Web Harvest (weekly)

This is why you shouldn’t believe that exciting new medical study – Vox “In 2003, researchers writing in the American Journal of Medicine discovered something that should change how you think about medical news. They looked at 101 studies published in top scientific journals between 1979 and 1983 that claimed a new therapy or medical… Read More

Nats Journal: Stephen Strasburg returns, Bryce Harper hits long homer

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — Stephen Strasburg made his first start since spraining his ankle, allowing four runs on four hits over four innings. He walked two and struck out two. He tossed 70 pitches, only 39 for strikes. Strasburg was solid early but unraveled in the third inning, giving up two home runs in the 10-1 loss to the Mets. Show More Summary

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