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Mikheil Saakashvili, Georgia's Ex-President, Plots Return From Williamsburg, Brooklyn

nytimes.com – Jason Horowitz – Sep 20 – At the Smorgasburg food fair in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, Mikheil Saakashvili motored in fluorescent green sneakers among bearded men with tattoos and women in revealing overalls. They lined up for Cheese Pops, Dun-Well Doughnuts and other local…
Marc Lacey RT @lpolgreen: Exile on North 7th Street. A former president slumming, and plotting, in Williamsburg. t.co/5NR2CfYv00 t.co/YasXL9102j
Somini Sengupta Great read: Georgia's Ex-President Plots Return From Williamsburg, Brooklyn t.co/JVlW5corwH
Ravi Somaiya RT @jodyavirgan: Mikheil Saakashvili hangs in Williamsburg. This story is so good. t.co/2KSTCzo0ce t.co/RUdQnetOFV
Patrick LaForge, NYT RT @jodyavirgan: Mikheil Saakashvili hangs in Williamsburg. This story is so good. t.co/2KSTCzo0ce t.co/RUdQnetOFV
David Gelles Kinda fun days tho. RT @lpolgreen: A former president slumming, and plotting, in Williamsburg. t.co/Vx1IP1YQqJ t.co/8irrROukQv
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How the Ray Rice scandal unfolded

espn.go.com – Sep 19, 5:37 PM – The seven-month scandal that is threatening Roger Goodell's future as NFL commissioner began with an unexpected phone call in the early morning hours on a Saturday in February. Just hours after running back Ray Rice knocked out his…
Emily Bazelon Now looks like Rice wanted pretrial intervention to keep video from going public. Ugh. ESPN nails it t.co/bMnDb35spC'
Emily Bazelon Yes. This is very disturbing @grossdm: Don Van Natta and Kevin Van Valkenburg's Vantastic reporting t.co/bMnDb35spC
steven spencer How the Ray Rice scandal unfolded t.co/iJMWnoe1xT how the world works...
Nate Silver "[A] pattern of misinformation and misdirection employed by the Ravens and the NFL since that February night"... t.co/CyEsaTu8AW
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Live Blog: Tracking the Giant Alibaba I.P.O.

dealbook.nytimes.com – William Alden – Sep 19 – Alibaba has captured the attention of American investors, politicians and consumers to an extent that's unusual for a company that does much of its business in China. The company's shares priced at $68 on Thursday, making it one of the biggest…
Adrienne Carter #alibaba up 38% in its first day of trading. jack ma's shares now worth more than $18 billion. t.co/k7rC67R6dE
DealBook RT @williamalden: il maestro @petereavis with the last word on the value of core Yahoo t.co/HaQ6W5sNkk
DealBook RT @owlese: This is what $93.89 a share means for Alibaba's biggest shareholders t.co/H5UXqv1kob t.co/Uc9c93Mfx6
Christopher Mims RT @nytimesbits: As trading nears a close, here's how major shareholders like Yahoo fared in Alibaba's I.P.O. t.co/cMgHkome0s t.co/qX1toDfOOm
NYTimes Bits As trading nears a close, here's how major shareholders like Yahoo fared in Alibaba's I.P.O. t.co/cMgHkome0s t.co/qX1toDfOOm
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The invasion of corporate news

FT.com – Sep 19, 1:05 PM – A population of 100,000 is no longer a guarantee that a city like Richmond, California can sustain a thriving daily paper. Readers have drifted from the tactile pleasures of print to the digital gratification of their smartphone screens, and…
Ben Smith RT @sapnam: this piece on the rise of "brand journalism," or reporting produced by companies, is a real must-read t.co/xwRT9gJXMO by @Edgecliffe
David Gelles Great read by @Edgecliffe on the frontiers of nefarious flackery - The invasion of corporate news - FT - t.co/hij0GY2lWI
Om Malik Brand Journalism is sort of nonsense, argues FT in this piece. Makes a convincing argument. cc @steverubel t.co/ZxbWwECPzB
Quentin Hardy You wanted participatory, flat, "every voice" journalism. You got corporate PR mind control bettern' ever: t.co/1lIPS03QcZ
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Scotland's No Vote: A Loss for Pollsters and a Win for Betting Markets

nytimes.com – Justin Wolfers – Sep 20 – Thursday's Scottish referendum was interesting not just for what it said about Britain, but also for what it said about the state of political forecasting. I'm calling it a loss not only for the pro-independence movement — the…
The Upshot Are punters better at predicting elections than pollsters? They were on the Scotland vote. t.co/0qCmjTI94P
Steve Lohr Scotland -- What it says about forecasting, polls and prediction markets t.co/oOH7X8B06I via @UpshotNYT @JustinWolfers
The New York Times RT @JustinWolfers: Don't miss my big piece on what political forecasters can learn from the Scottish referendum: t.co/qkJtlbStfG
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Scottish independence referendum - Live - BBC News

bbc.co.uk – Alex Salmond and Alistair Darling go head-to-head in a second televised debate In the fiery exchange, they clash on currency, but also oil revenues and the NHS The referendum on Scottish independence takes place on 18 September Scots voters will…
BBC Breaking News Live now: First Minister Alex Salmond makes statement after Scottish #indyref result t.co/owLcnfWCvY
BBC News World RT @BBCBreaking: "The majority of results were in favour of No" - official Scotland #indyref declaration t.co/FqoCTg2n6f t.co/NzLQTUJmTM
BBC Breaking News "The majority of results were in favour of No" - official Scotland #indyref declaration t.co/FqoCTg2n6f t.co/NzLQTUJmTM
Nick D'Aloisio RT @BBCBreaking: "I accept verdict of the people & call on all of Scotland to follow suit," says Alex Salmond t.co/yDI7P6yTqK t.co/8GSBCrGV6m
BBC Breaking News England, Wales & N Ireland "should be able to vote" on tax, spending & welfare, David Cameron says t.co/ZNrWIPczRk #indyref
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All the Bylines Fun to Print

nytimes.com – Kyle Massey – Sep 19 – Kyle Massey is an assistant news editor. He has worked at The Times since 1999. Kevin Roche, a news technology specialist, contributed. Where can you discover a Secret and find a Darlin? Where can you meet a Saxon named Wolfgang and a Fox named…
Damon Darlin Likewise. '@MickeyMeece: '@darlin: I've always admired yours. All the Bylines Fun to Print t.co/ZEaS1YkMFR''
Jess SilverGreenberg Zany bylines, including mine which is just a bit smaller than everyone else's. t.co/QPjEpGIezj
Danielle Ivory RT @williamalden: "Jessica Silver-Greenberg's name appears in slightly smaller print than everyone else's' t.co/aConD2IBeb @jbsgreenberg
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The ridiculously long iPhone line in Manhattan is even worse than you think

qz.com – Dan Frommer – The line for an iPhone 6 at Apple's flagship store in Midtown Manhattan did not disappoint this year. Gene Munster, an analyst at Piper Jaffray, estimates it was a third longer this year than last. The scene you usually see in press…
Marc Lacey RT @lpolgreen: 'Streets are a mess including bags of feces.' People, this iPhone queueing is madness. t.co/X18X0lnltP
Peter Kafka @ClaraJeffery Again, think depends on the market/store. Look at @WaltBTIG video - looks like majority @ 5th Ave store t.co/s6x8t9Qhdj
Peter Kafka @ClaraJeffery b/c they are being paid to wait in an iPhone line. t.co/s6x8t9Qhdj
Ravi Somaiya RT @lpolgreen: 'Streets are a mess including bags of feces.' People, this iPhone queueing is madness. t.co/X18X0lnltP
Lydia Polgreen 'Streets are a mess including bags of feces.' People, this iPhone queueing is madness. t.co/X18X0lnltP
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To Get More Out of Science, Show the Rejected Research

nytimes.com – Brendan Nyhan – Sep 19 – In 2013, the federal government spent over $30 billion to support basic scientific research. These funds help create knowledge and stimulate greater productivity and commercial activity, but could we get an even better return on our investment? The…
emily bell RT @NYTFridge: In academia? An utterly essential read. Via @nytimes. To Get More Out of Science, Show the Rejected Research t.co/ve0uLS2nc9
NYTFridge In academia? An utterly essential read. Via @nytimes. To Get More Out of Science, Show the Rejected Research t.co/ve0uLS2nc9
David Leonhardt RT @UpshotNYT: We'd get more out of science if we saw what isn't published. t.co/4mYuhO2xNC
The Upshot We'd get more out of science if we saw what isn't published. t.co/4mYuhO2xNC
The New York Times To get more out of science, publish the rejected research t.co/Xuk33GVQ5Z
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Alibaba, With Its I.P.O., Mints Millionaires and Risk-Takers

dealbook.nytimes.com Andrew Jacobs (@AndrewJacobsNYT) – Sep 18 – HANGZHOU, China — This leafy manufacturing hub two hours southwest of Shanghai is best known for its scenic lake, Buddhist pagodas and tangy fish-head soup. With the Chinese e-commerce giant the Alibaba Group poised to start trading on…
Marc Lacey RT @lpolgreen: Great piece on how Alibaba has launched a thousand internet millionaires and startups. t.co/tFBKjnVprC t.co/e7N4ER2tu3
Lydia Polgreen Great piece on how Alibaba has launched a thousand internet millionaires and startups. t.co/tFBKjnVprC t.co/e7N4ER2tu3
DealBook RT @owlese: A 15-hr flight from Silicon Valley, this couple oversees 8 start-ups t.co/GwkVFTcJMu Photo Qilai Shen for NYT t.co/A1ntb5vlVe
DealBook RT @owlese: Visit the Chinese city minting thousands of Internet millionaires t.co/GwkVFTcJMu (Photo Qilai Shen for NYT) t.co/A1ntb5vlVe
The New York Times The city of Hangzhou is having a Silicon Valley moment ahead of Alibaba's I.P.O. t.co/Tv3JI6Gn7v
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