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4:30 AM ET, December 30, 2010

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Blake Hounshell / FP Passport:
The curious case of Glenn Greenwald vs. Wired magazine  —  I love a good blog fight as much as anyone, but after reading several thousand words of accusations and counter accusations being slung between Salon blogger Glenn Greenwald and Wired's Evan Hansen and Kevin Poulsen …
Discussion: Felix Salmon
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Glenn Greenwald / Salon:
Wired's refusal to release or comment on the Manning chat logs  —  Last night, Wired posted a two-part response to my criticisms of its conduct in reporting on the arrest of PFC Bradley Manning and the key role played in that arrest by Adrian Lamo.  I wrote about this topic twice — first back in June and then again on Monday.
Discussion: Boing Boing
Glenn Greenwald / Salon:
Response to Wired's accusations
Discussion: Boing Boing and MediaPost
Om Malik / GigaOM:
Evan Williams: The Challenges of a Web of Infinite Info  —  Evan Williams and I have known each other for a long time.  From a struggling entrepreneur who started Blogger, to a successful founder who got liberal funding for his podcasting start-up Odeo, to the accidental launch of Twitter …
John Koblin / WWD Media Headlines:
Memo Pad: iPad Magazine Sales Drop  —  Remember when Wired's debut issue for the iPad sold more than 100,000 times in June?  It looks like it will be a while before that type of performance is seen again.  Digital sales dropped toward the end of 2010 for all the magazines that make those figures available …
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Venkat / Technology & Marketing Law Blog:
Court Rejects Agence France-Presse's Attempt to Claim License to Haiti Earthquake Photos Through Twitter/Twitpic Terms of Service — AFP v. Morel  —  [Post by Venkat with a few comments from Eric]  —  Agence France Presse v. Morel, 10 Civ. 2730 (WHP) (S.D.N.Y.; Dec. 23, 2010)
Richard Sandomir / New York Times:
In NBC's Shadow, Comcast Ponders an Olympic Plunge  —  Does Comcast cherish the Olympics with the same fervor as did General Electric, which has paid billions to make NBC the network of the Summer and the Winter Games for a generation?  —  The question arises because Comcast …
Discussion: TVWeek.com
the nytpicker:
NBC's Brian Williams Declares NYT's “Discovery” of Brooklyn As Media Story Of 2010.  “It's Like Marrakesh,” He Says.  —  NBC News anchorman Brian Williams has declared the NYT's “discovery of Brooklyn” as the media story of 2010.  —  “There are young men and women wearing ironic glass frames on the streets …
Roy Greenslade / Guardian:
The Sun admits publishing false story  —  The Sun has owned up to what I guess we in the journalism trade realised the moment we saw it - its splash about the pre-Christmas live episode Coronation Street being targeted by al-Qaeda was false.  —  On 9 December, it carried this front page story …
Ryan Sholin / Invisible Inkling:
So long, ReportingOn  —  In 2008, I was awarded a Knight News Challenge grant to build ReportingOn, a backchannel for beat reporters to share ideas, information, and sources.  The goal of the project was to provide journalists of all stripes with a place to talk about content, not craft, or process, or skillset.
Marie-Lou Fernandes / The Huffington Post:
Paid News, Treaties and the Indian Media: The Cause Is the Corporation  —  Just when you thought you'd seen it all, more dirt surfaces.  Dirt that's quite old actually — about how the news corporation swallowed the free press — common knowledge for years, front page news material …
Poynter:
Seniors increasingly read news online, use social media to stay connected  —  By her own admission, Mary Dysart Quint wastes too much time on Facebook.  The Pittsfield, Maine resident logs on to the social networking site three or four times a day to chat with friends and family, share links to... Read more
Kevin Ding / Lakers blog:
ESPN responds to plagiarism allegations  —  ESPN responded to the reports that ESPNews anchor Will Selva used a section of a recent Kevin Ding column without attribution on the air Tuesday night.  The ESPN reaction is first, then Kevin Ding's original blog post about discovering it follows.
Chris Faraone / thephoenix.com:
Infopocalypse: The cost of too much data  —  Meet big government's next big problem: Digital Overload.  —  Our nation is drowning in data.  At any given time, federal agencies use more electronic storage units than could fill every NFL stadium from Oakland to Foxboro.
 
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Mike Masnick / Techdirt:
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San Francisco Peninsula Press Club:
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Discussion: Poynter
David Chen / The Life and Times of David Chen:
How Wired's “Collar Bomb Heist” Story Came Together
New York Post:
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Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
The Good, Bad and Ugly of Media iPad Apps
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Floyd Abrams / Wall Street Journal:
Why WikiLeaks Is Unlike the Pentagon Papers
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Richard Lawler / Engadget:
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Discussion: Bits, MediaPost and Inside Movies
Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
Time Warner and Sinclair in Fight Over Fees
Courtney Boyd Myers / The Next Web:
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