May 13th, 2011

ProPublica and NYU journalism students teamed up to produce a pretty catchy music video to help explain “fracking.”  Learn more about the collaboration here.

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    Learned about this when I was watching Stephen Colbert earlier today. Still rather difficult for me to grasp, but...
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    [Video: My Water’s On Fire Tonight (The Fracking Song) An animated music video that uses kinect typography to explain...
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    haha this made me smile :) my followers need to watch this
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    I just love journalism so, so much.
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