Daily Must Reads, November 10, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    November 10, 2015

    1. Will mobile save newspapers? (Cory Haik / On the Media) [AUD]

    2. Judge blocks NSA spying and sets an important precedent (Kim Zetter / Wired)

    3. Death by a thousand likes: How Facebook and Twitter are killing the open web (John West / Quartz)


    4. Google Cardboard’s New York Times experiment just hooked a generation on VR (Marcus Wohlsen / Wired)

    5. RJI Fellow launches database of 3-D technologies (Bimal Balakrishnan / Reynolds Journalism Institute)

    6. Google Cardboard: Novelty or useful? (Bill Mitchell / Poynter)


    7. Refugee crisis in virtual reality (via Janet Murray)


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