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Tim Cook, Apple's Chief Executive, Says He Is 'Proud to Be Gay'

nytimes.com – Mike Isaac – Oct 30 – Timothy D. Cook, Apple 's chief executive, said he was “proud to be gay” in an essay published early Thursday, becoming by far the most prominent executive of a public company to come out. “Let me be clear: I'm proud to be gay…
Vindu Goel RT @fmanjoo: These 3 grafs in @bxchen and @vindugoel's Tim Cook story are gold. This is Tim Cook's apple. t.co/nOeJ0SkEcM t.co/iJJXStsSBT
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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…
Matt Cohler RT @billclinton: From one son of the South and sports fanatic to another, my hat's off to you, @Tim_cook. t.co/1dXvRa2Nhu
Max Ganik RT @jonfortt: Big moment in corporate history: $AAPL CEO @tim_cook writes about being gay: t.co/mIepjdxpbg
steven spencer one of God's greatest gifts to me is being straight. too much? ;) t.co/zasm3Osru9 via @BW
Jeremy Zilar RT @satyanadella: Inspired by @tim_cook: 'Life's most persistent & urgent question is 'What are you doing for others?'" t.co/wjzW5QPxqY via @BW
Jeff Weiner If leadership is the ability to inspire others to achieve shared objectives, @tim_cook embodied that today t.co/f65sdb1y78
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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…
Jim Roberts "Taibbi and First Look disagreed ... over office seating assignments." t.co/Mn1F8YKBqb
MikeIsaac Pareene's statement so damning. fascinating to watch. hope Alex stays t.co/DA5HMUTtHH
Damon Darlin A remarkable document. The Inside Story Of Matt Taibbi's Departure From First Look Media - t.co/ydnUthrSkY
Jeff Jarvis The complications at First Look require a supercomputer to parse. Jeesh. t.co/GsZAmfO7ZK
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Giants' Ace Is the Product of Rural North Carolina and a Proud Father

nytimes.com – Michael Powell – Oct 30 – HUDSON, N.C. — Just before midnight Wednesday, I walked up a darkened driveway to a brick home along a rural lane. A linebacker-size man with a shaved pate swung opened the door, peered at me and loosed a soft, celebratory howl. The man…
Steven Greenhouse Great Read for All S.F Giants Fans--Indeed for Anyone Who's A Baseball Fan--On Madison Bumgarner & His Dad t.co/S7J3bL4FRE @powellnyt
Ann Lewnes A Visit to Madison Bumgarner Country, and a Proud Father's Home. Makes you love him even more. t.co/mbj0XjoLsO #MadBum @sfgiants
Claire Cain Miller Now I'm crying. Doesn't matter if you care about baseball, just read this: t.co/yJC2mgEEE6 t.co/cFWdrkJ5dD
Stephen E. Wright #BestSeriesStory: A Visit to Madison Bumgarner Country, and a Proud Father's Home t.co/kDgStJ8Pqw
Marc Lacey RT @elisefoley: "Here's the secret to living in a log house: You got to love the color brown.' (h/t @paigelav) t.co/JMIcHMGSVA
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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…
Manolo Espinosa Must-read with my kids @CaseyNewton on @Tim_Cook t.co/sZR38Wrc5B . Great writing, powerful and personal
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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…
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
Satya Patel RT @triketora: Pinterest's seventh employee on being black in Silicon Valley t.co/8NqpNPm0mJ
Jessica Guynn RT @WeSabio: Pinterest's seventh employee on being black in Silicon Valley t.co/bbifF4EP9g via @usatoday #YesWeCode
Jessica Guynn RT @cocoagoddess13: All I can say after reading this article is @jedmund for president! (pt 1 of 2) t.co/3yGHnHnNbW
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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…
Jad Mouawad RT @palafo: Gawker briefly won the media navel-gazing part of the Internet. t.co/7QHh0aP4g8
Margaret Sullivan RT @palafo: Gawker briefly won the media navel-gazing part of the Internet. t.co/7QHh0aP4g8
Patrick LaForge, NYT Gawker briefly won the media navel-gazing part of the Internet. t.co/7QHh0aP4g8
Anil Dash "Is it Twitter? Is it Facebook? Is it Paul Ford? Is it nothing?" An accurate media assessment! t.co/zGihxZArGO #AllMediaIs@ftrain
Damon Darlin The odds of new media ventures failing. Funny. t.co/gP2tmGnXHq
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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…
Jeff Elder RT @yoreekoh: Our updated story on Twitter's new product chief @kevinweil. Fifth one in five years. Good luck to you, sir. t.co/krPmbH32Cs
WSJD RT @yoreekoh: Our updated story on Twitter's new product chief @kevinweil. Fifth one in five years. Good luck to you, sir. t.co/krPmbH32Cs
Yoree Koh Our updated story on Twitter's new product chief @kevinweil. Fifth one in five years. Good luck to you, sir. t.co/krPmbH32Cs
WSJD RT @ScottMAustin: Updated story on Twitter replacing its product chief: t.co/nP4FJT5h1w by @yoreekoh $TWTR
Rachael Horwitz 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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Why the U.S. Has Fallen Behind in Internet Speed and Affordability

nytimes.com Claire Cain Miller (@clairecm) – Oct 30 – America's slow and expensive Internet is more than just an annoyance for people trying to watch “Happy Gilmore” on Netflix. Largely a consequence of monopoly providers, the sluggish service could have long-term economic consequences…
Tim O'Reilly RT @MParekh: Big Deal: "Why the U.S. Has Fallen Behind in Internet Speed & Affordability" t.co/rrza8zMQ6b #FCC #Politics #Broadband #Oligopolies
Andy Revkin RT @clairecm: Why Internet access in the US is so frustrating. Hint: it has nothing to do with technology. t.co/CCFLccYaP7 t.co/u2ieU1yIaG
The Upshot The FCC hoped Internet providers would compete with one another to provide the best networks. That didn't happen. t.co/ukmazN2eFz
Claire Cain Miller RT @erikbryn: The US lags in Internet speed...due to lack of competition in broadband says @clairecm t.co/raucNRdKIx t.co/63PJ3nqsW0
Claire Cain Miller 4 of 5 homes have only 0 or 1 choice when shopping for high-speed Internet. Seriously?! t.co/XspyFXFuGN
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Tim Cook, Apple's Chief Executive, Says He Is 'Proud to Be Gay'

nytimes.com – Mike Isaac – Oct 30 – Timothy D. Cook, Apple 's chief executive, said he was “proud to be gay” in an essay published early Thursday, becoming by far the most prominent executive of a public company to come out. “Let me be clear: I'm proud to be gay…
The New York Times Tim Cook: "Let me be clear: I'm proud to be gay, and I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me." t.co/5d7L5oJQ88
Suzanne Spector RT @fmanjoo: These 3 grafs in @bxchen and @vindugoel's Tim Cook story are gold. This is Tim Cook's apple. t.co/nOeJ0SkEcM t.co/iJJXStsSBT
Farhad Manjoo These 3 grafs in @bxchen and @vindugoel's Tim Cook story are gold. This is Tim Cook's apple. t.co/nOeJ0SkEcM t.co/iJJXStsSBT
Brian X. Chen RT @SuzanneSpecNYT: Tim Cook's big day: What it means for and about Apple. @bxchen @vindugoel and NYT tech team. t.co/zQs6vLH4RO
Farhad Manjoo RT @SuzanneSpecNYT: Tim Cook's big day: What it means for and about Apple. @bxchen @vindugoel and NYT tech team. t.co/zQs6vLH4RO
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What's Behind the Great Podcast Renaissance?

NYMag – Oct 30, 10:56 AM
MediaREDEF What's Behind the Great Podcast Renaissance? (@kevinroose - @NYMag) t.co/2AVd1R24iM
Patrick LaForge, NYT Cars with Internet. RT @wblau: What is behind the great (American) podcast renaissance? t.co/QTViSql0kS #mobile
Lexi Mainland Twitter's smart to debut audio tweets just as podcasts become more popular than ever t.co/BISV1DVrbw h/t @amyoleary
Nieman Lab 39 million people have listened to a podcast in the last month t.co/YtVj4knikF
Mary Boo "When you have Ira Glass going on The Tonight Show to talk about podcasting, something is a little different" t.co/fIe3HkhctT
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