Daily Must Reads, November 10, 2014

    by Julie Keck
    November 10, 2014

    1. Obama on net neutrality: No blocking and other proposals (Lynn Sweet / Chicago Sun-Times)

    2. The war of the words (Keith Gessen / Vanity Fair)

    3. The 36 people who run Wikipedia (Stephen Lurie / Matter)


    4. Editor’s note: Reader comments in the age of social media (Reuters)

    5. Wearing your (startup) failures on your sleeve (Claire Martin / New York Times)

    6. Cory Doctorow: “We’re all sharecroppers in Google’s fields for the rest of eternity” (Laura Miller / Salon)



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