Daily Must Reads, February 25, 2013

    by Julie Keck
    February 25, 2013

    1. How Google did the right thing with the NASCAR crash, and why it matters (PaidContent.org)

    2. Penguin profits fall, but digital sales are up, accounting for 30% of American revenue (The Bookseller)

    3. ‘Inocente’ makes history as first Kickstarter-funded film to win an Oscar (The Verge)


    4. White House directive makes digital scientific data funded by the federal government more accessible to the public (The Hill)

    5. As Nook sales slip, Barnes and Noble expected to report more losses (memeburn)

    6. The Onion backtracks on offensive tweet about young Oscar nominee (CNet)


    Tagged: barnes and noble freedom of information google inocente kickstarter nascar nook oscars penguin the onion

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