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Reactions from the media to the Guardian's new algorithmic newspaper have been predictably unenthusiastic. Are the skeptics right, or are they just scared of the future?  Full story
An underappreciated benefit of digital delivery of newspaper content: The news doesn’t arrive on your doorstep covered with fleas.  Full story
Above, Brian Stelter talks with Glenn Greenwald in his first interview since The Guardian and The Washington Post received the Pulitzer Prize for public service. Greenwald was a member of the Guardian team that reported on NSA mass surveillance programs using documents leaked by Edward Snowden last year.  Full story
The Times published an article Thursday afternoon about an Arab citizen of Israel – a 23-year-old journalist and Palestinian rights advocate – who was detained by Israeli authorities last weekend.  Full story
There's a temptation to believe that San Francisco is in the middle of severe social tensions around tech.  Full story
In January, residents here learned the news that the senior place-kicker for the University of Michigan’s football team had been permanently “separated” from the college for violating its student sexual misconduct policy.   Full story
The Weinstein Company, which produces films like Philomena and Silver Linings Playbook, and TV shows like “Project Runway” and “Mob Wives,” is partnering with Gannett to turn reporting from its local TV stations and newspapers into TV shows and movies.  Full story
Georgina Rocha, digital content supervisor at the Visalia (CA) Times-Delta and Tulare Advance-Register, tells me she deleted the post below after “a handful” of commenters complained about the way it was cropped by Facebook.  Full story
Charles S. (Chuck) Stone Jr., a prominent and pioneering American journalist who touched and shaped many lives as a big-city newspaper columnist, university professor and a founder of the National Association of Black Journalists, died April 6 at an assisted living facility near Chapel Hill, N.C. He was 89.  Full story
Ask Ezra Klein what prompted him to leave a high-profile position at The Washington Post to start a new website, and the answer is a little wonkish, even for the founder of the newspaper’s Wonkblog, a mix of politics, economics and domestic policy that had become must reading in the Beltway.  Full story
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