Daily Must Reads, Nov. 29, 2011

    by Nathan Gibbs
    November 29, 2011

    The best stories across the web on media and technology

    1. NY Times and LA Times both come out against SOPA & PIPA (Techdirt)


    2. “Coding is the new Latin” – Alex Hope (BBC News)


    3. Magazines pull back on tablet bells and whistles (Adweek)

    4. Analyst: Cord cutting less of a threat to TV cable than youth who never subscribe in the first place (Lost Remote)

    5. Facebook and Zynga prevail in privacy lawsuit (MediaPost)

    6. Google launches data journalism awards (Journalism.co.uk)

    7. Montana school employs iPods in teaching math and reading (Missoulian.com)

    Tagged: coding cord cutting google ipods must reads pipa sopa tablets

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