Daily Must Reads, Nov. 9, 2011

    by Nathan Gibbs
    November 9, 2011

    The best stories across the web on media and technology

    1. FCC and cable companies hope to decrease digital divide with $9.99/mo broadband Internet for low-income households (New York Times)


    2. Why interactive design should focus on our hands (Bret Victor)


    3. Confidence Game: A critique of the “limited vision of the news gurus” (Columbia Journalism Review)

    4. Oregon first to use iPad for touch-screen voting (CNN)

    5. How Adobe’s abandonment of Flash for mobile devices impacts news orgs (Nieman Journalism Lab)

    6. Do retweets imply agreement? “It shouldn’t be that complicated” (GigaOM)

    7. Traditional media formats still first choice for consuming news (The Wall)

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