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Thousands denounce HSBC board member's likening of Hong Kong people to freed slaves

Reuters.com – Oct 31, 2:17 AM – HONG KONG (Reuters) - Thousands have signed an online petition denouncing reported comments by an HSBC Holdings board member in which she likened Hong Kong protesters' demands for democracy to the emancipation of slaves. Laura Cha, who is also a…
Marc Andreessen "American slaves liberated in 1861, no voting rights until 107 years later, so why can't Hong Kong wait for a while?" t.co/v1ohMLqCgh
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The Inside Story Of Matt Taibbi's Departure From First Look Media - The Intercept

firstlook.org – Glenn Greenwald – Oct 30 – Matt Taibbi, who joined First Look Media just seven months ago, left the company on Tuesday. His departure—which he describes as a refusal to accept a work reassignment, and the company describes as a resignation—was the culmination…
Jesse Pesta 'Mandated use of a 'responsibility assignment matrix.'' The new new journalism. t.co/WdfMhysTLK
James Griffiths The Inside Story Of Matt Taibbi's Departure From First Look Media t.co/dCfFhrGimD
Spidey N. Gore Coded cry for help? "Fiercely independent journalists who view corp cultures and management-speak with disdain" t.co/WHeNW5uJdz
Spidey N. Gore RT @annamerlan: That silence is every single person in media reading this and gchatting each other: t.co/GMw2ZsHihy
Yasha Levine RT @MarkAmesExiled: The "public trust" allowing them to fence off and control the leaks is based on trust in their judgement t.co/UBBUu6kJzY
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Tim Cook Speaks Up

Businessweek – Tim Cook – Oct 30, 3:59 AM – Throughout my professional life, I've tried to maintain a basic level of privacy. I come from humble roots, and I don't seek to draw attention to myself. Apple is already one of the most closely watched companies in the world, and I like keeping…
Sarah Leary RT @Benioff: I am very proud of @timcook. t.co/aVsucpofjb I know Steve Jobs would be proud of TIm Cook! Congratulations!
Reshma Sohoni RT @Benioff: I am very proud of @timcook. t.co/aVsucpofjb I know Steve Jobs would be proud of TIm Cook! Congratulations!
mark pincus Tim cook shows what courage and leadership really look like. Smart authentic humble and serving others. t.co/l0A7RnwklI
Josh Felser RT @Benioff: I am very proud of @timcook. t.co/aVsucpofjb I know Steve Jobs would be proud of TIm Cook! Congratulations!
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Thank you, Tim Cook

theverge.com – Ben Popper – Oct 30, 11:28 AM – In a way, what Tim Cook said today felt inevitable. At least since 2008, when Owen Thomas asked the question in Gawker, a steady accretion of reporting has suggested Apple 's chief executive is gay. By 2011, Cook's sexual orientation was a matter…
stacy-marie ishmael 'for too many people, being gay is fraught with economic & personal peril' t.co/RrAeyhcaFR
Ryan Singel You should read @CaseyNewton on Tim Cook. Especially if you thought So what? about Cook's announcement. t.co/A81fThG5av
Tom Coates RT @Rsquared: Why we're not "moving on" from the Apple CEO's big statement today t.co/OduZZy0ORD
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Washington Post will soon have an all-male masthead

Washington Post – Erik Wemple – Oct 30 – The Washington Post announced today that Usha Chaudhary, its chief financial officer and vice president for finance and administration, would depart Nov. 21 to take a leadership post at the Pew Charitable Trusts. The news follows the Oct. 1…
Roxane Gayrten RT @michelledean: I am knocked to the ground with shock, or something. t.co/JH1U8oTL2j
Lauren Tara LaCapra RT @cschweitz: .@WashingtonPost will soon have an all-male masthead t.co/saC2NJcjQn
Callie Schweitzer .@WashingtonPost will soon have an all-male masthead t.co/saC2NJcjQn
Ravi Somaiya RT @mediagazer: Washington Post will soon have an all-male masthead (@erikwemple / Washington Post) t.co/OUVnjMxUoM t.co/8eVUws5BJL
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Apple Pay, partnerships and software as disruption

ben-evans.com – Benedict Evans – Oct 30 – With Apple Pay just launched and some sort of TV product floating on the horizon, it strikes me that there are three ways to think about how Apple changes industries. The first and obvious one is that Apple builds very tightly integrated products.
Chris van Löben Sels Another must-read from @BenedictEvans Apple Pay, partnerships and software as disruption t.co/GtQUqdRVJ7
Benedict Evans RT @stevesi: Now this is thought provoking by @BenedictEvans Apple Pay, Partnership, and S/W disruption. t.co/1BLOJ9HYB1
Anand Babu RT @BenedictEvans: Apple Pay, partnerships and software as disruption - blog post t.co/yZdDjmsWHf
Niv Dror RT @BenedictEvans: Apple Pay, partnerships and software as disruption - blog post t.co/yZdDjmsWHf
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Twitter Demotes Product Chief Daniel Graf

WSJ – Yoree Koh – Oct 30, 1:09 PM – Twitter Inc. has demoted its head of product, Daniel Graf, just six months after his much-touted hire away from Google. Kevin Weil, Twitter's current head of revenue products, will now oversee the consumer product team as well, according to…
DeidreZune The turmoil in $TWTR's management ranks continues t.co/6yjFW8YMaF
John Fazzolari Twitter replaces Daniel Graf: "People familiar with the matter say the product team has suffered from indecision.." t.co/IOcwCemGH4
Jake Kaldenbaugh Twitter changes product leaders again, not a sign of strength: t.co/GBg7f4pxRN
Chad Dickerson RT @elizabeth: Tremendously proud of @kevinweil, Twitter's new head of product. And an awesome new dad, too! t.co/Yr3jQ5m8gj t.co/5ql32695x2
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What Are The Odds These New Media Brands Will Survive? A Power Ranking

Gawker – Leah Finnegan – It was a sunny morning like any other (it was yesterday) when the shocking news fell on Mediatown: The future of a much-ballyhooed web startup, Racket, was in Limbo's grasp, due to warring egos, shifting amounts of start-up capital, allegations of…
Damon Darlin The odds of new media ventures failing. Funny. t.co/gP2tmGnXHq
Mathew Ingram Kind of glad not to be on this list "What Are The Odds These New Media Brands Will Survive?" t.co/SWtRkHUjko
Rafat Ali "Buzzfeed is the JFK Jr of the Internet." More delicious line in all of medialand hasn't been written in 2014. t.co/rufVRzTKUO
Farhad Manjoo "Now there are so many places where an aspiring journo can be mediocre, thanks to venture capital and the internet." t.co/MrZfA2xXYB
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A Teenager Gets Grilled By Her Dad About Why She's Not That Into Coding

Medium – Oct 29, 7:10 PM – Sylvie Rosen, 17, is a high school senior in New York. Her father, Jay Rosen, 58, is a journalism professor at New York University. Jay: Have you taken any kind of programming class? Sylvie: I'm taking a beginner programming class this semester…
Zachary Rosen My cousin Sylvie's very thoughtful interview on why girls like her are often 'not that into coding' t.co/sU4BmgEHEj
Jessica Guynn RT @jayrosen_nyu: I interviewed my 17 year-old daughter about why she's not more into learning to code. Her answers are instructive. t.co/AMHsesOsFw
Chris Palmer RT @jayrosen_nyu: I interviewed my 17 year-old daughter about why she's not more into learning to code. Her answers are instructive. t.co/AMHsesOsFw
Tiffany Shlain RT @ev: Love this: 'A Teenager Gets Grilled By Her Dad About Why She's Not That Into Coding' by @jayrosen_nyu t.co/B9pQgcuU93
Josh Elman RT @ev: Love this: 'A Teenager Gets Grilled By Her Dad About Why She's Not That Into Coding' by @jayrosen_nyu t.co/B9pQgcuU93
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Pinterest's seventh employee on being black in Silicon Valley

USATODAY.com – Oct 30 – SAN FRANCISCO — In the tense days after an unarmed black teen was killed by a white police officer in Ferguson, Mo., Justin Edmund wondered why no one else in Silicon Valley was talking about it. 'Why would they bother?' he wrote in an essay…
Kittu Kolluri Pinterest's seventh employee on being black in Silicon Valley t.co/2G9jjS4HYj
Jon Swartz Tech journalism about people, not products. t.co/dvgY50z2n9
Charles Jo RT @triketora: Pinterest's seventh employee on being black in Silicon Valley t.co/8NqpNPm0mJ
Jessica Guynn RT @robbiethompson: GREAT coverage by @jguynn @USATODAY on @Pinterest's 7th employee @jedmund and Silicon Valley's lack of diversity t.co/X8OWojFc5f
harper RT @onthefirefly: Pinterest's seventh employee on being black in Silicon Valley: t.co/5Ani4U8EXl
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Tim Cook proud to be gay

boingboing.net – Rob Beschizza – Oct 30 – In an editorial published at Bloomberg Businessweek, Apple CEO Tim Cook explains that he is gay. For years, I've been open with many people about my sexual orientation. Plenty of colleagues at Apple know I'm gay, and it doesn't seem to make a…
benhuh RT @BoingBoing: Tim Cook proud to be gay. Samsung said to be working on a larger, cheaper Gay t.co/Fck6rSYDj7 t.co/NXLLhprTDI
Lauren Tara LaCapra RT @BoingBoing: Tim Cook proud to be gay. Samsung said to be working on a larger, cheaper Gay t.co/Fck6rSYDj7 t.co/NXLLhprTDI
Jim Roberts RT @BoingBoing: Tim Cook proud to be gay. Samsung said to be working on a larger, cheaper Gay t.co/Fck6rSYDj7 t.co/NXLLhprTDI
Sutha Kamal RT @BoingBoing: Apple CEO Tim Cook proud to be gay. Samsung said to be working on larger, cheaper Gay. t.co/Fck6rSYDj7 t.co/TxAIwAQAfm
Dan Martell RT @BoingBoing: Apple CEO Tim Cook proud to be gay. Samsung said to be working on larger, cheaper Gay. t.co/Fck6rSYDj7 t.co/TxAIwAQAfm
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