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The other piece came this morning from Iain Morris, news editor at telecoms trade outlet Light Reading, who noted that early deployers of 5G in East Asia are still waiting to see results.

Their ringleader was the magazine editor and writer Dan Okrent.

This week on Deep Tech, she joins our editor-in-chief, Gideon Lichfield, to discuss how consumers’ private data is protected in the world’s largest surveillance state.

My editors are forever asking me to take the long Twitter threads I write and turn them into articles here at FiveThirtyEight.

Hall and other editors have insisted, however, that these endorsements are not the Union-Tribune’s views.

For years before I became editor, I was a Quartz reader, and an Obsessions superfan.

To dig into the changes, Search Engine Land contributing editor, Barry Schwartz, spoke Microsoft’s Christi Olson and Fabrice Canal, on Live with Search Engine Land about what the updates mean for SEOs.

If your organization is notable enough for its own article, you can avoid a conflict of interest by submitting sources and requesting an independent editor create the article.

In cell culture experiments, the mitochondrial editor successfully converted cytosine to thymine at intended mitochondrial DNA locations, with efficiencies ranging from 5 to 49 percent.

He is the editor of High Tech High Unboxed, and host of the High Tech High Unboxed podcast.