Daily Must Reads, September 10, 2014

    by Julie Keck
    September 10, 2014

    1. The Internet is on go-slow today to support net neutrality (Rainey Reitman / Gizmodo)

    2. What Apple’s new products say about the future (Alexis C. Madrigal / The Atlantic)

    3. U2, Apple and the deal behind getting ‘Songs of Innocence’ free of charge (John Jurgensen / The Wall Street Journal)


    4. Guardian Space & Guardian Membership, playing the physical/digital continuum (Ken Doctor / Nieman Lab)

    5. ESPN Films, FiveThirtyEight to launch 2 short documentary series (Todd Spangler / Variety)

    6. WordPress shames Janet Jackson for bullying bloggers and issues a new takedown report (Jeff John Roberts / GigaOm)


    7. Opinion: Reddit is a failed state (T.C. Sottek / The Verge)


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