Daily Must Reads, March 4, 2013

    by Julie Keck
    March 4, 2013

    1. A reluctant witness: @quinnnorton on the investigation of Aaron Swartz (The Atlantic)

    2. Google Glass’ women problems (TechCrunch)
    3. Study: Tone of comments can influence reader understanding of an article (NYT)

    4. If Bradley Manning and WikiLeaks are guilty, so is the New York Times (PaidContent.org)

    5. Banner ads to become a thing of the past? (Digiday)

    Homicide Watch, saved by Kickstarter, expands to Chicago (Columbia Journalism Review)



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