Daily Must Reads, January 9, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    January 9, 2015

    1. Charlie Hebdo attack unites France on free expression, but will solidarity hold? (Jean-Paul Marthoz / Committee to Protect Journalists)

    2. How Alan Taylor, online photography pioneer, is rethinking The Atlantic’s photo site (Joseph Lichterman / Nieman Lab)

    3. Vendors of data companies likely to feel compliance pressure (Kate Kaye / Advertising Age)


    4. LinkedIn expands blogging tool, wants more people writing long-form (Kurt Wagner / Re/code)

    5. Slow down the virtual reality hype. We’re still waiting for the good stuff (Adi Robertson / The Verge)

    6. NPR looks to build a broader digital audience with its new show Invisibilia (Justin Ellis / Nieman Lab)



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