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    Daily Must Reads, September 16, 2013

    by Julie Keck
    September 16, 2013

    1. Retailers fight exile from Gmail inboxes (Claire Cane Miller & Stephanie Clifford / NYT)

    2. Former NSA and CIA director says terrorists love using Gmail (Andrea Peterson / Washington Post)

    3. Storytelling ads may be journalism’s new peril (David Carr / NYT)

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    4. What does ‘mobile-first’ mean to publishers? (Josh Sternberg / Digiday)

    5. Meet the inspiring woman breaking news about Syria while reinventing digital journalism (Whitney Pastorek / FastCoExist)

    6. More than 41,000 sign up for Northwestern University’s media MOOC (Marie Gilot / Knight Foundation)

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    7. Against the Riptide (Kira Goldenberg / Columbia Journalism Review)

     

     

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