Daily Must Reads, April 10, 2013

    by Julie Keck
    April 10, 2013

    1. Tumblr abruptly closes down its Storyboard project (PaidContent.org)

    2. Why Yahoo really bought Summly (Business Insider)

    3. Aereo has TV networks circling the wagons (NYT)


    4. The disruptive potential of native advertising (Reuters)

    5. CourseSmart e-textbooks tell teachers if students do their reading (NYT)

    6. The new résumé: It’s 140 characters (WSJ)


    Tagged: aereo coursesmart digital disruption e-books e-learning job hunting native advertising resume storyboard summly tumblr tv networks twitter yahoo

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