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7:55 PM ET, November 28, 2010

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New York Times:
A Note to Readers: The Decision to Publish Diplomatic Documents  —  The articles published today and in coming days are based on thousands of United States embassy cables, the daily reports from the field intended for the eyes of senior policy makers in Washington.
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Adrian Chen / Gawker:
How Twitter Scooped Wikileaks (Updated)  —  Twitter has out-leaked the leakers.  About 12 hours before Wikileaks latest enormous leak was scheduled to be released, a Twitter user bought a copy of a German news magazine outlining the leak after it was placed on newstands too early.
Patrick Wintour / Guardian:
Expected WikiLeaks disclosures prompts warning for editors  —  Government issues defence advisory notice to remind newspaper editors about their responsibility over leaked documents  —  David Cameron and other world leaders were being briefed by the US state department about what American diplomats fear …
Globe and Mail:
How Arianna Huffington became Miss America  —  Los Angeles— From Saturday's Globe and Mail  —  The light bulbs are the first incongruity I spot waiting for Arianna Huffington in the photo-laden living room of her Brentwood home, the one she bought for $4.1-million (U.S.) as an infamous new divorcée in 1997.
Matthew Flamm / Crain's New York Business:
FT proves better read than dead  —  Well, so much for WSJ's goal to crush competitor  —  Three years ago, when Rupert Murdoch bought The Wall Street Journal and News Corp. vowed to “crush” the Financial Times, analysts just about gave up on the salmon-colored broadsheet.
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Julian Ryall / Telegraph:
North Korea's undercover journalists reveal misery of life in dictatorship  —  With its ruthless dictator, network of forced labour camps and iron grip of its ruling party, North Korea is the last country one might expect to see a middle-aged woman berating a policeman for demanding a bribe.
Felix Gillette / Business Week:
Don Draper's Revenge  —  Everyone is waiting for Omnicom, Interpublic, WPP, and Publicis to fade away.  But these lumbering advertising behemoths have advantages over smaller, cutting-edge firms  —  John Seifert, the chairman of Ogilvy & Mather North America, shakes his head.
Discussion: AdPulp
The Independent:
‘Journalists must never betray a source, even a mass murderer’  —  Two filmmakers tell Andrew Johnson why they're standing by a promise to Pol Pot's chief killer  —  Which is more important, the story or the source?  It is an age-old journalistic dilemma.
Lukas / ZINNAGLISM:
Why Tech Journalists should become Tech Entrepreneurs … For a little more than a year I've been an occassional contributor to TechCrunch Europe and there are several things I've learned.  I am miles away from being a professional journalist, largely due to the fact that I've never went …
The Independent:
The Feral Beast: No more Google for Murdoch staff  —  Rupert Murdoch is so bent on blocking Google's world domination he has stopped his own staff using it.  —  Sunday Times journos moving into new offices last week found their computer home pages set to Bing, a little-known new search engine …
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