Daily Must Reads, January 13, 2014

    by Julie Keck
    January 13, 2014

    1. LEAP hopes its open-source, encrypted email will be useful for journalists, newsrooms (Lauren Kirchner / Columbia Journal Review)

    2. Blogger’s incarceration raises First Amendment questions (Campbell Robertson / New York Times)

    3. As informal English flourishes online, Standard Written English limits old media’s appeal (Jon Evans / TechCrunch)


    4. Introducing the TGM SecureDrop Vault (Nikhil Sonnad & Lauren Martin / The Global Mail)

    5. NBCUniversal invests in mobile video news service NowThis News (Leena Rao / TechCrunch)

    6. Why We Heart It could be the next big social network (Kurt Wagner / Mashable)



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