The RP’s Weekly Web Gems: The Politics of the Media

Google E-Books, a new venture coming in the fall, just got more buzzworthy. All of the Harry Potter books will be offered, meaning they’ll be accessible on cell phones, computers and more. [Time Techland]

Still have questions from the recent British tabloid scandal? The New York Times opinion page offers multiple reactions to media bias in the U.S. and abroad. [NY Times]

The newspaper industry’s response to perceptions of papers being a dying breed: smart is the new sexy. [NY Magazine]

What’s it like to work at Twitter or Google? Just read their interns’ blogs for a taste of the corporate culture. [Fast Company]

In honor of “The Daily Show” and its 15th birthday, here are Jon Stewart’s best media criticism moments [Poynter Institute].


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