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Mar 08. CJR article on "bit by bit"

From the Columbia Journalism Review (read the full article.)

On Friday, Ellen Weinstein, an award-winning illustrator based in New York, found herself in unusual company. She was in one of the reading rooms at the New York Public Library, working with the members of NYPL Labs, who are trying to “re-imagine the library for the digital age.”

Six other similarly incongruous pairs were at work throughout the city, from Dumbo to Morningside Heights. Like Weinstein and NYPL Labs, whose members include multimedia artists, designers, and developers, each group was tasked with crafting a “story” in the broadest sense of the term.

They were all part of "bit by bit," a weeklong project in digital storytelling hosted by the Brown Institute for Media Innovation and the Columbia Journalism School... 

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