Daily Must Reads, December 9, 2013

    by Julie Keck
    December 9, 2013

    1. Saving the Net from the surveillance state: Q&A with Glenn Greenwald (Edward Moyer / CNET)

    2. Where freedom of the press is muffled (David Carr / New York Times)

    3. Brian Stelter, formerly of the New York Times, debuts as host of CNN’s ‘Reliable Sources’ (Erik Hayden / The Hollywood Reporter)


    4. Why are Upworthy headlines suddenly everywhere? (Robinson Meyer / The Atlantic)

    5. College websites seeing mobile migration, but not all are ready (Dan Caterinicchia / Poynter)

    6. Knight Lab’s Joe Germuska: “We have to find room for the big experimental ideas” (Margaret Looney / IJNet)



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