We looked inside some of the tweets by @NPRone and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
In 2018, Atlanta was hit with a ransomware attack, causing serious disruptions to the city's operations.
It cost as much as $17 million to rebuild the city's systems, according to some reports.
@vanromo explains the rise of ransomware attacks 👇 https://rpb3r.app.goo.gl/ransomware
And NPR's Rebecca Hersher (@rhersher) explains how to link heat waves to climate change: https://one.npr.org/?sharedMediaId=743350964:743350965&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=nprone&utm_term=nprnews&utm_content=20190719
4. Historian Andrew Chaikin walked Morning Edition's @NoelKing through some of the most stressful moments of the Apollo 11 landing. It made me feel like I was there! (Well, kind of, but not really). https://one.npr.org/?sharedMediaId=743350992:743350993&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=nprone&utm_term=nprnews&utm_content=20190719
3. NPR’s Scott Horsley (@HorsleyScott) explained modern monetary theory -- the economics behind Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s assertion that ambitious government programs can easily be financed through deficit spending. https://one.npr.org/?sharedMediaId=742255158:742534932
2. Millions of Americans leave college with debt and no degree. NPR’s Elissa Nadworny (@ElissaNadworny) explains the vicious cycle this can kick off. https://one.npr.org/?sharedMediaId=739451168:743212069
1. News organizations and our audiences have been grappling with the use of one word. In this @NPRCodeSwitch ep, two editors debate about NPR’s decision to call President Trump's language "racist": https://one.npr.org/?sharedMediaId=742448398:742481310
Hello there. Maybe you're trying to beat this weekend's heat by staying inside and listening to some great reporting? If so, here are some stories that made us more informed this week:
🔊Hear Steve Inskeep's full interview with Zarif, with analysis from correspondent Jackie Northam (@jackienortham): https://n.pr/2Somb3Q https://twitter.com/MorningEdition/status/1152254890120503297
Curious what Hidden Brain looks like during production?
Here is just a slice of this week’s episode about voices. This represents months of reporting, editing, mixing and ❤️
In 1989, NPR's Susan Stamberg (@stamberg) said recent events made it "hard to remember what a time of hope and pride and wonder" the first moon walk was. Thirty years later, on Apollo 11's 50th anniversary, her essay is worth hearing again: https://one.npr.org/?sharedMediaId=742813353:742817622&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=nprone&utm_term=nprnews&utm_content=20190719
🔊Listen here in NPR One: https://n.pr/32AUTM8 https://twitter.com/nprfreshair/status/1151911230791135233
There is so much trash on Rome's streets that some neighborhoods have reported boars and foxes scavenging the refuse. Hear Sylvia Poggioli (@spoggioli1) report on how residents and officials are responding: https://one.npr.org/?sharedMediaId=742218800:742981854&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=nprone&utm_term=nprnews&utm_content=20190718
If @NPRone is your go-to for news listening (or bingeing 🤫), then don't forget to queue up LOCKED, our new investigative podcast about a case that could change the way prisons treat trans inmates. You can hear all 4 episodes right in the app! https://n.pr/2L8l7QH
Racism refers to a set of ideas — not a type of person, says @DrIbram, Director of American University's Antiracist Research and Policy Center.
He told @NPRinskeep this means the president's recent attacks on four minority congresswomen are indeed racist.
From WBEZ's @NerdettePodcast, a walk through an open-format office...and some insights about germs and sickness from a flu expert: https://one.npr.org/?sharedMediaId=701401004:701401006&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=nprone&utm_term=nprnews&utm_content=20190717
45 years ago, @NPR was reflecting on five years since the Apollo 11 landing. Here's an archival @npratc report -- a window into American attitudes towards space exploration in 1974. We listened back with the original host, Susan Stamberg (@stamberg): https://one.npr.org/?sharedMediaId=742231453:742234454&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=nprone&utm_term=nprnews&utm_content=20190716
@OnSomethingPod from @CPRNews and @prx! About life after marijuana legalization! https://twitter.com/NPRone/status/1149734441344032768
Did you hear anything else you appreciated this week? Reply with recommendations of your own below.
Also, NPR's Leila Fadel (@LeilaFadel) checked in with a family who recently reunited after the Trump administration's travel ban had separated the parents from their children. https://one.npr.org/?sharedMediaId=740871394:740871395&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=nprone&utm_term=nprnews&utm_content=20190712
NPR's Noel King (@NoelKing) has been reporting on from the U.S.-Mexico border all week. Here's one of her stories -- it's about the effects of a large backlog in asylum cases: https://one.npr.org/?sharedMediaId=740608316:740608317&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=nprone&utm_term=nprnews&utm_content=20190712