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  • Coda changes the way we consume news
  • Coda changes the way we consume news
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Coda changes the way we consume news

The way we consume the news has always focused on how much we know, rather than how well we know. News platform Coda is hoping to change that by curating news stories in a way which helps you keep track of long-term crises in a more in-depth fashion.

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