Long Good Read 004

Long Good Read 004

We popped into Guardian Coffee earlier to take a look at the Long Good Read issue 4, available today. It’s brilliant to see how far it’s come in just a few issues. (Find out more about the project.)

There’s a great selection of articles from all sections of the Guardian: from Doctor Who to Pussy Riot to Proteus.

This time round we’ve tried to explain what’s going on under the hood, with a natty centre spread designed by Ralph (at the top of this post).

Long Good Read 004

For each article we’ve unpacked the reasons for including it in the paper, showing how the algorithm (and sometimes the editor) makes its selection.

Long Good Read 004

Pick up your copy this week, for free, from #guardiancoffee in Shoreditch. We’d love to hear your thoughts.

Long Good Read 004

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  1. […] to explain the concept behind the Long Good Read — which launched last month — and the algorithmic sorting that goes into finding its […]

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