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11:05 PM ET, February 3, 2013

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Greg Sandoval:
My new home  —  I'm saved.  —  Two weeks ago, I resigned from CNET after seven years at the technology news site.  Today, I can report that I have accepted an offer from The Verge to become a senior reporter.  I start in a couple of weeks.  —  Greg Sandoval
Discussion: @sandonet and Talking Biz News
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Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
The Verge Hires Writer Who Quit CNET in Protest  —  Greg Sandoval, the CNET senior writer who resigned in protest when the site's parent company, CBS, interfered with its editorial coverage last month, has been hired by The Verge, the Web site that first revealed the full extent of CBS's involvement.
Discussion: @joshuatopolsky and @brianstelter
Jay Rosen / Pressthink:
Look, you're right, okay?  But you're also wrong.  —  A post that arises from a certain image I have of disaffected newsroom “traditionalists,” who look upon changes in journalism since the rise of the web with fear and loathing.  It is not addressed to particular people but to a climate …
Discussion: @mattderienzo and @palafo
Mike Isaac / AllThingsD:
Twitter Got Hacked.  Expect More Companies to Follow.  —  The last week of tech headlines reads like some sort of cybersecurity end of days scenario.  The New York Times hacked.  The Wall Street Journal hacked.  The Washington Post hacked.  —  And finally on Friday, Twitter …
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Washington Post:
Chinese hackers suspected in attack on The Post's computers  —  A sophisticated cyberattack targeted The Washington Post in an operation that resembled intrusions against other major American news organizations and that company officials suspect was the work of Chinese hackers, people familiar with the incident said.
Peter Kafka / AllThingsD:
CBS Takes a Second Shot at the Super Bowl's Second Screen  —  If you want to, you can watch the entire Super Bowl on the Web today, for free, on your PC or tablet.  And maybe a handful of you will want to do that, for some odd reason.  CBS, which is streaming the game, figures the rest of us won't.
Margaret Sullivan / New York Times:
Decades of Leadership, Making an Exit  —  IT is considered a given, among many in management, that every employee is replaceable.  When even the most valuable staff member walks out the door, someone else takes over and does the job.  Life goes on and change is good.  —  I'm not so sure.
Herbert J. Gans / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Journalism for democracy  —  Editor's note: Herbert Gans is one of America's preeminent sociologists, and some of his most notable work has come in examining the American news industry.  His seminal 1979 book Deciding What's News: A Study of CBS Evening News, NBC Nightly News …
Discussion: Kirk LaPointe's …
David Gelernter / Wired:
The End of the Web, Search, and Computer as We Know It  —  People ask what the next web will be like, but there won't be a next web.  —  The space-based web we currently have will gradually be replaced by a time-based worldstream.  It's already happening, and it all began with the lifestream …
Jay Kirsch / TechCrunch:
CBS, CNET Debacle And The Separation Of Church And State  —  Editor's note: Jay Kirsch is the President of AOL's Business, Technology & Entertainment Group, which includes properties such as TechCrunch, Engadget, Autoblog, DailyFinance and Moviefone among others.  Follow him on Twitter @jaykirsch.
Josh Constine / TechCrunch:
Facebook Ramps Up News Discovery Battle Against Apps Like Flipboard With “Articles Related To”  —  Rather than trust your friends and favorite Pages to post interesting stuff, Facebook is taking news discovery into its own hands with “Articles Related To...”.
Hamish McKenzie / PandoDaily:
Andrew Sullivan and the new wisdom of the leaky meter  —  On the surface, Andrew Sullivan's bold move to sell subscriptions to a new, independent version of his blog, The Dish, seems to have paid off.  In the four weeks since putting out a call for subscriptions to the site at a cost of $19.99 a year …
 
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Danny Shea / The Huffington Post:
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