Daily Must Reads, August 31, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    August 31, 2015

    1. NPR podcasts turn 10 (via NPR Extra)

    2. Life after content blocking (Jean-Louis Gassée / Monday Note)

    3. These microchips could change football as we know it (A.J. Dellinger / The Kernel)


    4. String of rulings bodes ill for the future of journalism in Europe (via Nicolas Kayser-Bril)

    5. New York Times biz editor Dean Murphy explains its business news coverage strategy (via Chris Roush)

    6. The brains behind This American Life and Reply All on bringing podcasts to the stage and the future (Mic Wright / The Next Web)


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