Daily Must Reads, August 5, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    August 5, 2015

    1. ProPublica adds ER wait times, hospital noise levels, and nursing home fines to Yelp (Lena Sun / Washington Post)

    2. Cory Haik on how the Washington Post is rethinking its strategy for mobile (Joshua Benton / Nieman Lab)

    3. Police are using Facebook to get drug dealers to snitch on their competition (Aaron Sankin / Daily Dot)


    4. Is Netflix’s unlimited parental leave a recipe for guilt and resentment? (LV Anderson / Slate)

    5. The White House published the entire Iran Deal on Medium (Fletcher Babb / VentureBeat)

    6. How to vacation like it’s 1999 (Nick Bilton / New York Times)

    Tagged: cory haik iran deal medium mobile stratagy netflix parental leave propublica unplugging vacation washington post white house yelp

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