The Morning Lowdown 06-01-11


Credit: Corbis / Patricia Curi

»  It’s Official: Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) Will Kick Off WWDC With iCloud And New OS Details (paidContent)

»  NYT Discounts iPad Access By 80 Percent For Lincoln Subs (paidContent)

»  Hulu to offer Miramax films to its subscribers (AP)

»  Last year, Google (NSDQ: GOOG) tried to buy Groupon but failed. So Google now hopes to beat Groupon. (NYT, check out our coverage of Eric Schmidt’s appearance at the D9 conference)

»  The producer of Keith Olbermann’s old “Worst Persons” segment, David Sarosi, has been hired to helm Current TV’s new version of Olbermann’s Countdown. (TV Newser)

»  Not So Funny Money Inside the growing-and very lucrative-world of virtual currency (Adweek)

»  More Than Friending: How Can the Social Web Go Beyond Facebook? (AllThingsD)

»  YouTube counting on former Netflix (NSDQ: NFLX) exec to help it turn a profit (LAT)

»  Quora Makes It Harder to Hurt People’s Feelings (Louise Gray)

»  Men’s & Women’s Health Launch Search for Most Attractive Bodies on Facebook (Mashable)

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