Washington Post: On Facebook’s live stream, Zuckerberg’s free-speech lecture got a big thumbs up

Washington Post: On Facebook’s live stream, Zuckerberg’s free-speech lecture got a big thumbs up. “During Mark Zuckerberg’s live-streamed speech on the dangers of censorship on Facebook, viewers saw a flood of almost entirely positive comments and emoji. The Facebook chief executive’s speech also received plenty of negative responses, but most were not visible during the talk because of how the algorithms behind a live stream with tens of thousands of viewers work.”

CNET: How to watch the first all-female spacewalk with NASA on the ISS

CNET: How to watch the first all-female spacewalk with NASA on the ISS. “We’re going to give this another try. NASA wisely scrubbed what was supposed to be the first all-female spacewalk in March after a spacesuit sizing problem meant the right suits weren’t available for the endeavor. Astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir will now get a chance to make history as early as Thursday.”

BetaNews: How to watch the Made By Google stream and Pixel 4 launch

BetaNews: How to watch the Made By Google stream and Pixel 4 launch. “Tomorrow in New York, the company is holding its Made By Google ’19 event, and at it we can expect to see not only the launch of the Pixel 4 and Pixel XL, but also — in all likelihood — the Pixelbook Go. There may be a few other surprises, and you can tune into the live stream to get the news as soon as it happens — and find out how many of the rumors are true.”

CNET: Shooting near German synagogue was livestreamed on Twitch

CNET: Shooting near German synagogue was livestreamed on Twitch. “A shooting Wednesday that killed two people outside a German synagogue during one of the most important Jewish holidays was livestreamed for 35 minutes on Twitch. The video has since been removed from the streaming platform, but it was uploaded to other video sites.”

CNET: NASA will air a gazillion ISS spacewalks over the next few months

CNET: NASA will air a gazillion ISS spacewalks over the next few months. “NASA’s live TV feed is expected to broadcast ‘what may become a record pace of 10 complex spacewalks’ starting on Sunday, Oct. 6. This rate of spacewalks has not been seen since the ISS was completed in 2011, NASA said.”

Global Investigative Journalism Network: Here’s How to Follow the Global Investigative Journalism Conference from Home

Global Investigative Journalism Network: Here’s How to Follow the Global Investigative Journalism Conference from Home. “Can’t join us in Hamburg for the 11th Global Investigative Journalism Conference (Sept. 26-29)? There are still lots of ways you can follow along from home as more than 1,500 journalists from around the world gather to discuss their craft and share insights.”