The morning lowdown 4-27-12


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Some of the stories people are talking about this morning…

  • House passes CISPA in surprise vote (paidContent)
  • Why anonymity matters (Gawker)
  • Investor’s sale in its stake of Hulu could value the business at $2 billion (NYT/Media Decoder)
  • Amazon vs. publishers: The battle continues (Businessweek)
  • We’ve got hard data: Netflix really is killing Nickelodeon (paidContent)
  • How tech’s giants want to reinvent journalism (paidContent)
  • Evernote approaching 30 million users; funding reports are “premature”: CEO Phil Libin (The Next Web)
  • Is Pinterest in danger of being out-innovated? (Digital Trends)
  • How social reading fragments books and puts them back together on (ReadWriteWeb)

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