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    Daily Must Reads, March 28, 2013

    by Julie Keck
    March 28, 2013

    1. Garfield: There is no ‘golden age’ of journalism: Free does not mean better (Guardian)

    2. A driving force behind Wikipedia will be stepping down (NYT)

    3. Social media unites supporters of same-sex marriage, but is that enough? (PBS)

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    4. Windows phone is outselling iPhone…in a few places (memeburn)

    5. Report: Twitter ad revenues higher that expected with strong mobile numbers (PaidContent.org)

    6. Google wants to keep sponsored newspaper content out of Google News (Search Engine Land)

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