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2015 articles
'Big Brother' Is Already Watching
Discover
December 2015: From catching crooks to tagging friends, facial recognition software is watching you.

Annotation Tuesday!: Boris Munoz and “Emptying the Tower of David, the World’s Tallest Ghetto”
Nieman Storyboard
December 1, 2015: A look at the craft involved in shaping this story, written with the cell phone screen in mind.

VCs Try to Find Answers in Algorithms
Technology Review
November 23, 2015: Already influential on Wall Street, algorithmic investing has begun to make inroads in Silicon Valley.

The observer corps
Economist
November 14, 2015: What is the best way to study the brain? Big labs or small?

Meet 9 nonprofit leaders obsessed with making Boston better
Boston Globe Magazine
October 28, 2015: Using their smarts and varied backgrounds, they’re making a difference in education, food, fitness and social justice

Meet teen titans launching their businesses (and still doing their homework)
Boston Globe Magazine
October 4, 2015: And you thought Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg started young

This dad could not find a good school for his son. So he started one.
Boston Globe Magazine
October 1, 2015: Sep Kamvar sees his audacious experiment with storefront Montessori take off

Tommy Chang on leading a school district like a startup
Boston Globe Magazine
October 1, 2015: What the new Boston school superintendent has to say about testing, charter schools and innovation

From Ivory Tower to Incubator
Reuters
September 15, 2015: University technology transfer offices are transforming students and researchers into entrepreneurs

I’m a white dad afraid for my black sons
Boston Globe Magazine
August 16, 2015: Parenting while white has its complications

How to make Boston a zootopia
Boston Globe Magazine
August 2, 2015: Boston could have a zoo on par with its other world class institutions, if it learns from past mistakes and other cities

No assembler required
Economist
August 1, 2015: How to teach computer science in nursery school

GM hopes Teen Driver gives cars a major upgrade
Fast Company
July 16, 2015: New parental controls are not Big Brother but a sign of cars as software.

Not just a pharmacy: CVS unveils its digital innovation lab
Fast Company
June 19, 2015: The retail pharmacy company kicks the tires on smartphone apps and initiatives to improve healthcare

Mary Mazzio, unlikely hero for those less fortunate
Boston Globe
June 7, 2015: A blue-eyed suburban hockey mom and corporate lawyer makes documentaries that change the lives of the disadvantaged.

Boston Medical program offers bi-lingual healing
Boston Globe
June 7, 2015: Alcy Torres leads Boston’s first bi-lingual practice for pediatric neurology.

Pitching Startups, Roxbury Style: Apps, Bodyguards & More
Xconomy
April 9, 2015: Roxbury has been an economic backwater in Boston for decades. But high-tech accelerator Smarter in the City

Ex NYT Editor’s Startup Takes Shape, Raises Business Questions
Xconomy
4/2/2015: Jill Abramson gives a few more details on the long-form, multimedia startup she’s doing with Steven Brill.

What Reporters Need to Know About Net Neutrality
Nieman Reports
March 16, 2015: With audiences moving online, journalists have a vested interest in covering this complicated topic

Will the MBTA commuter rail ever run on time?
Boston Globe Magazine
February 22, 2015: Keolis took over in July, vowing to fix things. We’re still waiting

Running With the Bulls
Boston
February 2015: Boston tech predictions for 2015

What does Cambridge sewage say about residents? MIT intends to find out
Boston Globe
January 9, 2015: A new project aims to understand a city’s health and habits through its waste

   
  Michael Fitzgerald is a leading voice in the movement to revive the Old Journalism. A fervent believer that print will rise again, he works to slip slice-of-life stories into hip urban periodicals, tuck thoughtful narratives amongst the well-endowed pages of men’s magazines and place Byronic polemical poems into avant-garde reviews.

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