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»  Condé Nast’s Glamour is creating an original reality series produced exclusively for the iPad that incorporates e-commerce. No…

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»  Condé Nast’s Glamour is creating an original reality series produced exclusively for the iPad that incorporates e-commerce. Nothing new there. But the interesting thing is that viewers can pause the program and buy clothing worn by the characters directly from Gap.com. [NYT]

»  Twitter’s updated iPhone app has stirred the usual resentment — but the hated “toolbar” at the top isn’t going away no matter how loud the complaints are. [MediaMemo]

»  Newsweek’s Tina Brown makeover hits the stands today. Not that anyone needs a reminder, but Brown warns the turnaround will take time, so don’t “expect an overnight miracle.” [WSJ]

»  Sean Parker, who’s become infamous since Justin Timberlake played him in The Social Network, hates the way he’s been featured in the press. But he keeps on talking to reporters, hoping to show that he’s not a character in a film. [FT]

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