Daily Must Reads, July 21, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    July 21, 2015

    1. White House to engage Iran critics through @TheIranDeal (Nahal Toosi / Politico)

    2. Men who harass women online are quite literally losers, new study finds (Caitlin Dewey / Washington Post)

    3. CartoDB lets anyone visualize their data with one-click mapping (Christine Magee / TechCrunch)


    4. PayPal is now worth more than Netflix, eBay, and Twitter (Eugene Kim / Business Insider)

    5. Ashley Madison’s data breach is everyone’s problem (Russell Brandom / The Verge)

    6. Notifications and the attention economy (via NYC Media Lab) [AUD]


    7. The limits of Gawkerism (Jeet Heer / The New Republic)

    8. 20 years of tech (Lindsey Turrentine & Connie Guglielmo / CNET)

    Tagged: ashley madison attention economy cnet data breach data security data visualization gawker iran online harassment paypal trolls white house

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