Daily Must Reads, October 7, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    October 7, 2015

    1. Obama turns to crowdfunding to aid fleeing Syrians (Michael Shear / New York Times)

    2. MacArthur spins off digital media & learning work with $25 million seed investment (via MacArthur Foundation)

    3. The tech that got Obama elected will now fire ads at you (Issie Lapowsky / Wired)


    4. New ‘Nameless Coalition’ challenges Facebook’s real-name policy (Russell Brandom / The Verge)

    5. How Google wants to speed up news stories on your phone (Brian Stelter & Hope King / CNN Money)

    6. Snapchat latest darling as leagues tout ‘Stories’ (John Ourand & Ben Fischer / Sports Business Journal)


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