Daily Must Reads, July 6, 2012

    by Lily Leung
    July 6, 2012

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

    1. AP no longer listed as a ‘collaborator’ in latest Wikileak doc dump  (Atlantic Wire)

    2. Twitter expected to share big search news today (Mashable)

    3. Crowdsourced translations take Twitter to 30 languages (The Next Web)


    4. The rise of ‘hacker hostels’ (New York Times)

    5. Amazon is developing its own smartphone to compete with Apple, Android (Bloomberg)

    6. Should we write ‘data is’ or ‘data are’? Issue is raised by WSJ (Romenesko)


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