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    Default Twitter age killing in-depth journalism?

    Is Twitter killing in-depth journalism?

    Twitter and other platforms of short-news production and distribution have shifted the news consumption habits of audiences, but traditional news is still alive and kicking

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    I hope so, I prefer the tl;dr options.

    If you can tell me the same thing in less words, I will be happy. Time is valuable these days.

    edit: This article should have a tl;dr section.

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    Don't think I'd blame Twitter. Web users just have rather short attention spans, and that was the case before Twitter even launched - in fact Twitter simply caters to that existing need.

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    Nothing can replace the awesomeness of Ars Technica's (and others of course) in-depth articles and features.

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