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Dao Nguyen / BuzzFeed:
What It's Like To Work On BuzzFeed's Tech Team During Record Traffic  —  It's all about the company culture, folks.  Here's how it all went down (or didn't) last night.  —  BuzzFeed Publisher  —  8:23 p.m.: Jay's sysops pager goes off.  His wife says, “Uh oh, is it the dress?”  He replies, “What dress?”
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Ben Smith / BuzzFeed:
One BuzzFeed post on #thedress has grabbed 28M views, 79% from mobile, 94% from social sources  —  The Dress  —  I sent this email to the BuzzFeed editorial staff this afternoon.  —  BuzzFeed sprouted from the depths of web culture, and began its life as a place to find delightful things on the internet.
Jacob Bernstein / New York Times:
John Fairchild, Editor of Women's Wear Daily, Dies at 87  —  John Fairchild, the witty and irascible publisher and editor who transformed his family's fusty trade publication, Women's Wear Daily, into the lively bible of the fashion industry, died on Friday at his home in Manhattan.  He was 87.
Nick Gallagher / American Journalism Review:
The New York Times on Social Media: Not About the ‘Hyperbole’  —  Michael Roston has a clear vision of what makes a good social media editor — and it's not about driving empty clicks back to a website.  —  It's really about knowing how to publish true things on the Internet.
Peter Kafka / Re/code:
Gawker Media's Nick Denton Goes It Alone: The Code/Media Interview (Video)  —  Gawker Media's Nick Denton is a Web publishing pioneer, but the Web publishing business isn't very sentimental.  It doesn't care that you figured out how to turn blogging into a business before most people had heard of a blog.
Aye Aye Win / Associated Press:
Police in Myanmar arrest photojournalist for posting a satirical message on Facebook  —  Myanmar journalist arrested for satirical post  —  YANGON, Myanmar (AP) — Police in Myanmar on Saturday arrested a photojournalist who posted a satirical message on Facebook that mocked a historic battle and the country's leader.
Harry A. Jessell / TVNewsCheck.com:
Broadcasters Benefit From Net Neutrality  —  Without even trying, broadcasters emerged winners from the FCC's adoption yesterday of tough new rules overseeing Internet access.  Why?  Because broadcasters are very much in the digital business and that business now has some protection …
Roland de Courson / Agence France-Presse:
Authenticating photographs, acceptable image manipulations, and the gray areas of touchups  —  Photography: telling art from fraud  —  Follow @AFPblogs Follow @rdecourson  —  This year's World Press Photo awards saw an unprecedented number of entrants thrown out for tampering with their images …
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Nicole Levy / Capital New York:
The New York Observer rebrands its site as “The Observer” to emphasize national audience  —  A New ‘Observer’  —  In a move to appeal to a broader, national audience and a wider collection of luxury advertisers, Observer Media has rebranded The New York Observer's website as “The Observer.”
Say Media / Say Daily:
Changes for ReadWrite, Remodelista & Gardenista  —  Today, Say Media closed a deal to sell ReadWrite to Wearable World.  As some of you may recall, Say Media has partnered with Wearable World on hack-a-thons, and ReadWrite's Editor-in-Chief Owen Thomas served as MC at the latest Wearable World Conference.
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Ken Silverstein / Politico:
Glenn Greenwald, Pierre Omidyar, Adnan Syed and my battles with First Look Media.  —  My first day at First Look Media was December 30, 2013.  I was thrilled to go to work at what seemed like it was going to be the most exciting place in journalism.  In the wake of the Edward Snowden leaks …
Caysey Welton / Folio:
Six Kickstarter-funded niche publishing projects discuss success after funding  —  Crowd-Funded Startups Persevere in Niche Markets  —  Since its beginning in 2009, crowd-funding site Kickstarter has launched thousands of opportunities for entrepreneurs and established brands.
Dave Jamieson / The Huffington Post:
Washington Post To Rethink Drug Testing Job Seekers After D.C. Legalizes Weed  —  If you've ever been offered a job at The Washington Post, you know there's one undignified step in the hiring process that just about everyone goes through, no matter how many Pulitzer Prizes they've won: You have to pee in a cup.
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Say Media / Say Daily:
Changes for ReadWrite, Remodelista & Gardenista  —  Today, Say Media closed a deal to sell ReadWrite to Wearable World.  As some of you may recall, Say Media has partnered with Wearable World on hack-a-thons …
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SMX West Starts Next Tuesday; All Access Conference and Free Expo+ Passes Still Available  —  Search Marketing Expo - SMX West conference begins next Tuesday in San Jose.  Register now to reserve your spot!
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Why ComScore Needs WPP's Investment To Take On Nielsen  —  Digital measurement company comScore needed WPP's investment in order to rival Nielsen in cross-platform ratings, according to one comScore partner.
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