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@akristofcak @awoodash @ErmannoCece That is actually a very fair response. I do believe there are some stories that are best told in a flowing narrative. Circa isn't really trying to do personal stories - the kind that can move. I think these kinds of stories are VERY important. But I also think sometimes we use narratives when "to the point" can not just suffice - but improve. The question is if we can identify the difference.
7 months ago on Circa wants to save journalism by killing articles — what’s wrong and right about that
@awoodash @ErmannoCece Points in Circa are attributed. One could also argue that the flash card-like flow of Circa allows for better cognition and comprehension than a long article - even if it's the same amount of text - just broken up into more finite bits.
Amy V - calls it like she sees it.
9 months ago on I Figured Out Why Newsies Hate The Newsroom