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1:05 AM ET, September 26, 2012

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Amy Wallace / Los Angeles Magazine:
Caught Getting Creative  —  The disgrace of wunderkind writer Jonah Lehrer, outed for manufacturing quotes, reverberates worst in the city he calls home  —  Here's what we thought we knew about Jonah Lehrer: Only 31 years old and dweebishly handsome—nerd-hip Clark Kent glasses below a flop of hair …
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Jack Mirkinson / The Huffington Post:
Jonah Lehrer: I'm Writing About My Plagiarism Scandal  —  Look out, world: Jonah Lehrer is writing again.  The author and former New Yorker writer suffered a massive level of public humiliation when he was found to have plagiarized and fabricated quotes at nearly every step in his career.
Daniel Terdiman / CNET:
Twitter founder says influence is in retweets.  NFL player shows why  —  Evan Williams said that the most interesting measure of Twitter influence is how often someone is re-tweeted.  NFL guard TJ Lang's profanity-laced tweets last night illustrated the point.
Discussion: The Wrap, PandoDaily and VatorNews
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Katie Fehrenbacher / GigaOM:
NYT's data center power reports like taking a time machine back to 2006  —  The data center industry is seemingly in a frenzy over the negative tone and information left out of the New York Times' series on data centers and power consumption, which debuted this weekend (part 1 and part 2).
Jim Romenesko:
College editor publishes story on his own after it's spiked by administrators  —  Alex Green, editor of the student newspaper at Bryan College in Dayton, Tenn., heard over the summer that his Biblical Studies professor was leaving the school.  He emailed the teacher, David Morgan …
Discussion: The Newspaper Guild
AllThingsD:
Exclusive: Twitter Eyeing Media Bigs, Including Hollywood Mogul Peter Chernin, for Board Seats  —  Twitter is now interviewing a series of well-known media players for its board, as the San Francisco online social communications service seeks to increase its ties to the entertainment industry …
Claire Atkinson / New York Post:
CNN crisis call: Time Warner eyes big guns to revive network  —  Time Warner execs have reached out to media heavyweights, including Sony Chairman Howard Stringer, as they cast about for a new chief to revive the moribund cable news network, The Post has learned.
Tom McGeveran / Capital New York:
J.K. Rowling sought (and was denied) quote approval in ‘New Yorker’ profile  —  There's a slight chill running through a profile of Harry Potter creator J.K. Rowling by Ian Parker in the latest New Yorker.  The very first thing you read is about the height of the conifer hedges in front of her house: 20 feet.
Discussion: USA Today and JIMROMENESKO.COM
Matthew Flamm / AdAge:
New York Magazine Cashing in Online  —  Digital Properties Contribute 40% of Ad Revenue  —  To its groaning shelf of National Magazine Awards and bulging portfolio of stories extolling its business success, New York magazine can add one more credit: It's having its best year in a decade.
Jeff Bercovici / Forbes:
HuffPost Live Chief: We're Doing Great, But We Don't Know Yet How To Measure How Great  —  How many people are watching HuffPost Live, the new-wave cable TV channel launched in August by the Huffington Post?  “More than I had hoped,” says president and co-creator Roy Sekoff.  —  And how many is that?
Discussion: paidContent
Lauren Goode / AllThingsD:
Twitter Co-Founders' New Site, Medium, Will Open to Public in New Year  —  Medium, the new publishing platform created by Twitter co-founders Ev Williams and Biz Stone, is currently only open to a couple hundred “early adopters” who have crafted interesting stories and essays on specific topics.
Discussion: Poynter
Margaret Wente / Globe and Mail:
Columnist Margaret Wente defends herself  —  Three years ago, I wrote a column about the controversy surrounding the introduction of genetically modified foods into Africa.  It focused on the work of Robert Paarlberg, a U.S. academic who had written a book called Starved for Science.
 
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Erik Wemple:
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David Bauder / Associated Press:
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Tracie Powell / Poynter:
Condé Nast appoints its first black editor-in-chief
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Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian:
Phone hacking: judge reveals relative is among claimants
Matthew Panzarino / The Next Web:
Twitter's new Lifeline feature in Japan helps people find relevant accounts quickly during emergencies
Discussion: WebProNews and PC Magazine
Jeff John Roberts / paidContent:
MIT and the Boston Globe: can universities reboot news outlets?