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1:20 PM ET, September 29, 2011

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Claire Cain Miller / Bits:
Should Google Tweak the News We Consume?  —  Should Google play an editorial role in presenting readers with news?  —  That question was a matter of debate at Zeitgeist, a Google conference this week in Paradise Valley, Ariz., where Larry Page, Google's co-founder and chief executive …
Edmund Lee / Bloomberg:
News Corp.'s ‘Daily’ Trails Murdoch Reader Goal  —  News Corp. (NWSA)'s the Daily is averaging about 120,000 readers a week, or less than a quarter the number the company said it needs to make money, according to an advertising executive working with the iPad-only publication.
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Staci D. Kramer / paidContent:
Murdoch's ‘Daily’ Has 120,000 Weekly Uniques; Nearly Two-Thirds Paid  —  The folks at News Corp. (NSDQ: NWS) have been cagey about nearly every number to do with The Daily from the beginning—except for the amount of the investment, $30 million in the last fiscal year and a run rate of nearly $500,000 a week.
Brad Stone / Business Week:
The Omnivore  —  First it was Earth's Largest Bookstore.  Then came TVs, cameras, appliances, auto parts, music, diapers... Now, with the new Kindle Fire, Amazon's Jeff Bezos is making his boldest move yet  —  Jeff Bezos is channeling Steve Jobs.  It's mid-September and the wiry billionaire founder …
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Suzanne Vranica / Wall Street Journal:
Magazines Join With New Tablet Challenger
MG Siegler / parislemon:
Fake Steve Jobs: Funny.  Real Dan Lyons: Sloppy, Lazy, Too Old For This S**t.  —  Like everyone else, I used to be a big fan of Fake Steve Jobs.  Then he was revealed to be Dan Lyons.  The magic was over.  The 15 minutes was over.  He had to go back to doing his actual job — though not before he got a book out of it.
Discussion: @mathewi
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Dan Lyons / Real Dan Lyons Web Site:
Kindle Fire, and the tricky business of chasing scoops  —  It's tough work, trying to predict the future.  Especially when it comes to technology products.  —  As I tried to point out yesterday in the post about all the nutty reports about the features that the new iPhone 5 might or might not have …
Henry Blodget / Business Insider:
Dear Marco Arment!  Sorry About Last Week.  We Finally Figured Out What Happened...  Last week, an entrepreneur and writer named Marco Arment trashed us in a blog post, which was then picked up and forwarded around the Twitter-sphere.  —  Marco accused us of lots of horrible things …
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Felix Salmon:
Business Insider and over-aggregation
Discussion: Poynter and Business Insider
Hamilton Nolan / Gawker:
The Michael Wolff Era at Adweek Is Over  —  Media bomb-thrower has been editor of Adweek for less than a year.  Earlier this month, rumors began circulating that he would soon be replaced.  Now, we hear, Wolff's days at Adweek are definitively coming to an end.
Jim Romenesko / Poynter:
A female columnist writes about football and is told to ‘stay in the kitchen next time’  —  Albany Times Union columnist Jennifer Gish wrote last week that the Buffalo Bills' 2-0 start “has brought the worst out” in some fans and that “one of you left voicemails for the [Times Union] …
Discussion: Albany Times Union
Declan Fahy / CJR:
Skeptical of Science  —  Among other new roles, journalists becoming more critical of research  —  The recent coverage of the subatomic particles found to have travelled faster than the speed of light—tentative evidence that could mean a revision of Einstein's special theory of relativity …
Karyn Campbell / Sparksheet:
Return of the Editor: Why Human Filters are the Future of the Web  —  If web 1.0 was about websites and 2.0 the power of network connectivity, whatever 3.0 looks like, better filters will play a big part.  —  The web has become too big and noisy.  The design community has helped guide us through …
Discussion: eMedia Vitals
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
The ‘Occupy Wall Street’ media blackout myth: Plenty of stories, none of them big  —  News interest in the demonstrators presently camping out in a park in the Financial District appears to have increased after a high-ranking police officer was caught on camera apparently pepper-spraying a pair of protesters Sunday.
Sabrina Ford / Reuters:
Warner Bros puts your face in Facebook Web series  —  (Reuters) - Warner Bros. on Thursday will unveil a Web show from “Charlie's Angels” director McG that seeks to create a new genre the studio calls a “social series” by taking pictures, music and information from a viewer's Facebook page and putting it in the video.
Neal Ungerleider / Fast Company:
The Netflix Of Terrorism  —  Terrorist organizations are notorious videographers—particularly when it comes to uploading clips to the web to spread messages or recruit sympathizers.  Now private company IntelCenter has assembled one of the world's largest collections of streaming terrorist videos for viewing on demand.
Xeni Jardin / Boing Boing:
Onion joke about “screams and gunfire” inside Congress backfires  —  Image: From the Onion, a photoshopped image of John Boehner holding a child hostage on the steps of Congress.  A series of tweets related to this article caused a stir today.  —  An oddly presented tweet from @theonion …
Fox News:
Mexican Journalist Beheaded for Using Social Media to Cover Crime  —  MEXICO CITY - The editor-in-chief of the Primera Hora newspaper in Nuevo Laredo, a border city in northern Mexico, was beheaded for using social media to report on criminals, prosecutors said.
Discussion: The New York Observer
Dylan Stableford / Yahoo! News:
‘Gruesome’ Bin Laden death photos should be secret, White House says  —  The CIA has 52 photographs or videos that were taken of Osama bin Laden after he was killed on May 1 in the American raid on his compound in Islamabad, Pakistan, according to the Justice Department.
Discussion: mediabistro.com
Walter S. Mossberg / AllThingsD:
Encyclopaedia Britannica Now Fits Into an App  —  The Encyclopaedia Britannica has been the most prestigious general encyclopedia in the English language for what seems like forever.  But it has always been expensive, and a bit stodgy.  Today, when people need to look up information …
Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian:
Phone hacking: second NoW journalist takes News International to tribunal  —  Former assistant editor Ian Edmondson is taking publisher to employment tribunal claiming unfair dismissal  —  A second journalist at the heart of the News of the World phone-hacking scandal is taking Rupert …
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Raphael Satter / The Huffington Post:
News Of The World Paid Spies For Scoops During Piers Morgan's Tenure
Discussion: On Media's Blog and Adweek
 
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Salman Masood / New York Times:
In Pakistani Media, the U.S. Is a Target for Acrimony
Leena Rao / TechCrunch:
IAB: Internet Advertising Reaches A Record $15B In First Half Of 2011; Up 23 Percent
Micah L. Sifry / techPresident:
Can Facebook's Media Partners Cover It Objectively? UPDATED
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Sharon McLoone / Clarendon-Courthouse-Rosslyn Patch:
Connection Newspapers CEO Sentenced to Six Months in Jail, Must Pay $650K
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Yahoo Cofounder Jerry Yang “Has Re-assumed Command”
 

 
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