Daily Must Reads, June 20, 2012

    by Lily Leung
    June 20, 2012

    The best stories across the web on media and technology, curated by Lily Leung

    1. Barnes & Noble reports $57.7 million loss in the fourth quarter (NYT)

    2. Will bot-reporters be as trusted a source as Walter Cronkite? (Fast Company)

    3. Now you can visit popular Twitter accounts without seeing @ replies (Twitter)


    4. How The Telegraph monetized its iPad app (Digiday)

    5. Short-lived pay wall at the New York Post comes down (Forbes)

    6. Do you use Facebook’s Life Events feature? Few are (ReadWriteWeb)


    7. This app promises to cure our daily information overload (Businessweek)

    8. NPR intern’s blog post on 11,000-song collection spurs piracy debate (NYT)

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