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21 OCT 2016

About Us

03/12/2014

What is This Website

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www.thetwotimestimes.com is a website that demonstrates how multiple accounts of one news event may result in what appears to be descriptions of different events. These differences may be accidental, on purpose, or simply a demonstration of how each eyewitness may see one event differently

There are four goals of this Website:

1.     To raise reader awareness that there is more than one view of a news event

2.     To demonstrate that there are inconsistencies reporting one event when multiple sources are referenced

3.     To help the reader become open to contrasting opinions of an event

4.     To provide the reader with the opportunity to determine whether the 1st reporting, the 2nd reporting, or some mixture of coverage may best represent the event

Please check back to the website daily to review newly posted articles

Articles are sourced from a changing group of websites.  Today's sources include: New Strait times, Digital Journal, The Oregonian, The Kansas City Star, Wall Street Journal, NJ.com, Sportige, The Boston Globe, The Guardian, 3AW,  CNN Open Democracy,FoxNews.com, Bloomberg View


How Does It Work

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Each day, the website will locate and display found articles in the following categories:

International, National,  Local,  Arts, Sports, Misc, Today In History

Selected articles do not fall into traditional categories of North Vs. South, Liberal Vs. Conservative or Friend Vs. Foe

Two stories (a NewsPair) are placed side by side, in each category, with their original Photo, Title and Content 

The reader is invited to read the NewsPair to sense how the news event was reported

Each NewsPair demonstrates small or significant variations in the reporting of the event

At the bottom of each story is a 'Read More' link back to the original site for more reading, or to satisfy the curiosity of the reader regarding the source or author of the article

Below the 'Read More' link, take a look at older NewsPairs that appeared in that category

You can also click on  'Search and Surf' on the top of the page.  

Search allows the Reader to enter any text and find all newspairs that include the entered word(s)
Surf enables the Reader to select one of the News Categories, and see all of the articles that have been posted   

Please write comments in the 'Contact Us' Section, or  take the opportunity to subscribe to future edtions of The Two Times Times



02/26/2014

What is this Website

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where does this appear?

www.thetwotimestimes.com is a website that demonstrates how multiple accounts of one news event may result in what appears to be descriptions of different events. These differences may be accidental, on purpose, or simply a demonstration of how each eyewitness may see one event differently

There are four goals of this Website:

1.     To raise reader awareness that there is more than one view of a news event

2.     To demonstrate that there are inconsistencies reporting one event when multiple sources are referenced

3.     To help the reader become open to contrasting opinions of an event

4.     To provide the reader with the opportunity to determine whether the 1st reporting, the 2nd reporting, or some mixture of coverage may best represent the event

Please check back to the website daily to review newly posted articles


How does it work

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Each day, the website will locate and display found articles in the following categories:

International, National, Sports, Arts, Local, About Us, Today In History

Articles are sourced from a changing group of websites.  Today's sources include: NY Daily News, America Blog, Arizona Daily Star, The Telegraph, Los Angeles Times, The Denver Post, SB Nation, Daily Star, Empire,xocali.net, azerbaijan.az/.

Selected articles do not fall into traditional categories of North Vs. South, Liberal Vs. Conservative or Friend Vs. Foe

Two stories (a NewsPair) are placed side by side, in each category, with their original Photo, Title and Content 

The reader is invited to read the NewsPair to sense how the news event was reported

Each NewsPair demonstrates small or significant variations in the reporting of the event

At the bottom of each story is a 'Read More' link back to the original site for more reading, or to satisfy the curiosity of the reader regarding the source or author of the article

Below the 'Read More' link, take a look at older NewsPairs that appeared in that category

 

 



02/21/2014

What is the Website

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The Two Times Times is a website that demonstrates how multiple accounts of one news event may result in what appears to be descriptions of different events. These differences may be accidental, on purpose, or simply a demonstration of how each eyewitness may see one event differently

There are four goals of this Website:

1.     To raise reader awareness that there is more than one view of a news event

2.     To demonstrate that there are inconsistencies reporting one event when multiple sources are referenced

3.     To help the reader become open to contrasting opinions of an event

4.     To provide the reader with the opportunity to determine whether the 1st reporting, the 2nd reporting, or some mixture of coverage may best represent the event

Please check back to the website daily to review newly posted articles


How Does It Work

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Each day, the website will locate and display found articles in the following categories:

International, National, Sports, Arts, Local, About Us, Today In History

Articles are sourced from a changing group of websites.  Today's sources include: ABC News, CNN, From the Balcony, NPR, Syracuse.com, ESPN, Politico, North Jersey News Iran Bulletin Org., Encyclopaedia Britannica, New York Magazine, The Wall Street Journal.

Selected articles do not fall into traditional categories of North Vs. South, Liberal Vs. Conservative or Friend Vs. Foe

Two stories (a NewsPair) are placed side by side, in each category, with their original Photo, Title and Content 

The reader is invited to read the NewsPair to sense how the news event was reported

Each NewsPair demonstrates small or significant variations in the reporting of the event

At the bottom of each story is a 'Read More' link back to the original site for more reading, or to satisfy the curiosity of the reader regarding the source or author of the article

Below the 'Read More' link, take a look at older NewsPairs that appeared in that category



02/18/2014

What is this Website

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www.thetwotimestimes.com is a website that demonstrates how multiple accounts of one news event may result in what appears to be descriptions of different events. These differences may be accidental, on purpose, or simply a demonstration of how each eyewitness may see one event differently

There are four goals of this Website:

1.     To raise reader awareness that there is more than one view of a news event

2.     To demonstrate that there are inconsistencies reporting one event when multiple sources are referenced

3.     To help the reader become open to contrasting opinions of an event

4.     To provide the reader with the opportunity to determine whether the 1st reporting, the 2nd reporting, or some mixture of coverage may best represent the         event

Please check back to the website daily to review newly posted articles


How Does It Work

Narrow_flag_border_copy

Each day, the website will locate and display found articles in the following categories:

International, National, Sports, Arts, Local, About Us, Today In History

Articles are sourced from a changing group of websites.  Today's sources include: Winnipeg Free Press, Los Angeles Times, The Boston Globe, Helsinki Times, HNGN, Epoch Times,  The Week, Investors.com, The Hindu, Miami Herald, MensXP, Wikipedia.

Selected articles do not fall into traditional categories of North Vs. South, Liberal Vs. Conservative or Friend Vs. Foe

Two stories (a NewsPair) are placed side by side, in each category, with their original Photo, Title and Content 

The reader is invited to read the NewsPair to sense how the news event was reported

Each NewsPair demonstrates small or significant variations in the reporting of the event

At the bottom of each story is a 'Read More' link back to the original site for more reading, or to satisfy the curiosity of the reader regarding the source or author of the article

Below the 'Read More' link, take a look at older NewsPairs that appeared in that category



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