Daily Must Reads, May 29, 2013

    by Julie Keck
    May 29, 2013

    1. Shield law won’t keep government from spying on press (New York Observer)

    2. Apple CEO: We rejected settlement in e-book suit (CNET)

    3. The New York Times experiments with native advertising…on two wheels (Nieman Lab)


    4. At high school papers, the ink is drying up (NYT)

    5. One-quarter of tablet owners prefer digital magazines over print (Folio)

    6. NYT’s Chase Davis on data-driven decision making for news projects (Knight Lab)


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