Daily Must Reads, April 3, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    April 3, 2015

    1. The petty etiquette of discrimination (Noah Berlatsky / The Atlantic)

    2. Wall Street and Silicon Valley form an uneasy alliance (Andrew Ross Sorkin / New York Times)

    3. In a bid for modern coverage, student paper tries a new Medium (Benjamin Mullin / Poynter)


    4. Snapchat’s Discover feature is giving advertisers millions of video views and a familiar model (Sarah Frier & Lucas Shaw / Bloomberg)

    5. “Why my photo from Guinea sparked a soccer star’s search for one boy” (Pete Muller / PRI’s The World)

    6. Tools for verifying and assessing the validity of social media and user-generated content (via Journalist’s Resource)


    7. Times plans to make NYT Now mobile app free (Joe Pompeo / Capital New York)


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