Daily Must-Reads, Nov. 21, 2011

    by Mark Glaser
    November 21, 2011

    The best stories across the web on media and technology

    1. Why does Silicon Valley lack diversity? (TechCrunch)

    2. EU Commissioner: “The millions of dollars invested trying to enforce copyright have not stemmed piracy” (TorrentFreak)

    3. The symbol of adulthood for teenagers is no longer the car. It’s the smartphone. (New York Times)


    4. Pakistan Telecommunication Authority bans “rude” text messages (The Guardian)

    5. The Atlantic’s digital advertising revenue tops print for the first time (New York Times)

    6. IRS questions whether journalism startups qualify for tax-exempt status (Columbia Journalism Review)


    7. New Arrested Development episodes coming exclusively to Netflix (Lost Remote)

    8. Stanford offers free course for developing iPhone and iPad  apps (The Next Web)

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