The Morning Lowdown 08.23.10


Credit: Corbis / Patricia Curi

»  Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) TV (or perhaps Apple’s iTV) may just revolutionize TV consumption by truly connecting the computer, mobile and the set top box once and for all, predicts the founder of Digg. [Kevin Rose]

»  In order to get users to pay for editorial content, someone has to make the product experience better. [This Is Going To Be Big]

»  Don’t expect Facebook execs to “friend” the forthcoming movie Social Network. [NYT]

»  The battle between the AP and street artist Shepard Fairey is still going on, but at least the news organization and the photographer who captured the original image in question have settled their mutual lawsuits. [AP]

»  Although Time Inc. (NYSE: TWX) seems to have broken through Apple’s subscriptions rules for iPad magazine apps, figuring out subscriptions in this realm is still tough. [Ars Technica]

»  If you’re a business journalist heading to the beach before Labor Day to get a respite from the pressures on your career, you might want to take along one of the books in Stieg Larsson

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