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11:20 AM ET, August 21, 2012

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Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
Plagiarism, defamation and the power of hyperlinks  —  What do Fareed Zakaria, Jonah Lehrer and Gawker Media have in common?  In different ways, the incidents that have thrust all three into the news recently help to show the power of the simple hyperlink, which Sir Tim Berners-Lee developed along …
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Ann DeMatteo / New Haven Register:
Journalist Fareed Zakaria resigns from Yale Corporation (document)  —  NEW HAVEN — The plagiarism scandal connected to a nationally known journalist has hit home.  Fareed Zakaria, an editor-at-large at Time magazine and CNN host, on Monday resigned from the Yale Corporation.
Discussion: New York Times
Politico:
Niall Ferguson: ‘Credibility’ not undermined  —  Niall Ferguson went on Bloomberg TV this morning to defend himself against the tropical depression of criticism that met his recent Newsweek cover story about President Obama.  —  Accusing the “liberal blogosphere” of “nit-picking,” …
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Joe Coscarelli / New York Magazine:
Niall Ferguson Smacked Down Over Another Questionable Newsweek Cover
Brian Stelter / The Caucus:
Akin's No-Show on ‘Piers Morgan’ is Boon for Program  —  When Representative Todd Akin abruptly cancelled an interview with Piers Morgan on Monday night, Mr. Morgan trotted out an empty chair instead.  —  The scene, irresistible to political insiders, played out in prime time on CNN on Monday night …
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Laura Hazard Owen / paidContent:
Barnes & Noble Q1 revenues up slightly, but Nook device sales fall  —  Barnes & Noble reported first quarter earnings for fiscal year 2013 on Tuesday morning.  The bookstore chain's revenues were up slightly, to $1.45 billion, and in line with analyst estimates of $1.48 billion.
Amy Chozick / Media Decoder:
Head of ABC's ‘This Week’ Is Leaving to Join PepsiCo  —  ABC News will cover this presidential campaign without one of its veteran journalists.  Jon Banner, executive producer of George Stephanopoulos's Sunday morning public affairs show “This Week,” will leave ABC News for a job at PepsiCo.
Discussion: TVNewser and Broadcasting & Cable
Sarah Lacy / PandoDaily:
NFW: Adam Penenberg Joins PandoDaily as Editor  —  Everyone in the startup ecosystem will tell you that the most successful entrepreneurs surround themselves with people who are better than them.  So I know I'm on the right track, when I hire someone who makes me wonder how on earth I have managed to get him.
Discussion: @digiphile, @penenberg and @moorehn
BBC:
Julian Assange row: Embassy entry ‘would be suicide for UK’  —  President Rafael Correa said he thought there was still a threat of the UK entering the embassy  —  The UK would be committing diplomatic suicide if it tried to enter his country's embassy in London, Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa has said.
Discussion: The Week
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Kiran Randhawa / London Evening Standard:   Friend of Julian Assange names ‘sexual assault victim’ on live television
Richard Wilson / Press Gazette:
Death toll of journalists in Syria rises to 15 this year  —  Syria has been labelled “the most dangerous place in the world” for journalists after Japanese reporter Mika Yamamota was killed amid fighting in Aleppo.  —  Yamamoto, 45, was an experienced war reporter who had covered conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq for Japan Press.
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Miwa Suzuki / Agence France Presse:
Japanese reporter killed in Syria: Japan govt
Brooks Barnes / Media Decoder:
ABC News Stumbles in Report on Tony Scott's Suicide  —  ABC News appears to have stumbled on flawed reporting for the second time in a month.  —  Late Monday, ABC backed off an earlier report saying that Tony Scott, the movie director who committed suicide on Sunday, had inoperable brain cancer.
Ryan Chittum / CJR:
Misleading and incomplete coverage of Apple's ‘record’ value (CORRECTED)  —  Microsoft's 1999 market cap still, by far, bigger  —  The big market news today is about Apple's gargantuan market capitalization reaching a new, stunning high: … CNNMoney: … The Wall Street Journal's lede:
Jonathan Stray / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Metrics, metrics everywhere: How do we measure the impact of journalism?  —  If democracy would be poorer without journalism, then journalism must have some effect.  Can we measure those effects in some way?  While most news organizations already watch the numbers that translate into money …
Discussion: What People Know
Jim Romenesko:
Red and Black board reinstates top two editors  —  Polina Marinova, who resigned as Red and Black editor-in-chief last week after a dispute over control of the University of Georgia newspaper, has returned to the position.  Managing editor Julia Carpenter is also returning to her job.
Sarah Kendzior / The Atlantic Online:
Manic Pixie Dream Dissidents: How the World Misunderstands Pussy Riot  —  Western coverage has reduced these Russian dissidents to more familiar narratives of youthful rebellion or damsels in distress, missing their entire point and adopting Moscow's own language.
Discussion: Eastern approaches
 
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