Daily Must Reads, January 31, 2013

    by Julie Keck
    January 31, 2013

    1. New York Times attacked by hackers for sources (memeburn)

    2. Guardian CEO: “Responsive-designed sites are now table stakes for publishers” (Nieman)

    3. Washington Post’s Truth Teller and the future of robots doing journalism (PandoDaily)


    4. Following the Scientology debacle, The Atlantic will become more transparent about sponsored content (AdWeek)

    5. Why Matt Lewis Hates Twitter (The Week)

    6. In wake of Vine issues, Tumblr adds 17+ rating to its iOS app (Fast Company)


    Tagged: fact-checking hackers new york times scientology sources the atlantic the guardian truth teller tumblr twitter Vine washington post

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