Daily Must Reads

Good morning. Here are the media, tech, small biz, and culture stories people are talking about today, curated by Jeff Howland.

Facebook Switches Default Setting to Private to Prevent Oversharing

by Todd Wasserman, Mashable

Time Inc. Starts Selling Ads on Magazine Covers, Breaking Industry Taboo

by Michael Sebastian, AdAge

What a Coffee Shop Can Teach You About Finding Loyal Customers

by Henry Helgeson, Fast Company

The Schools Where Apple, Google, and Facebook Get Their New Hires

by Joanna Pearlstein, Wired

For the Times’ innovation report to stick, its journalists need to be on board

by Emily Bell, Columbia Journalism Review

Publishers, media executives, and advertising managers have gathered in Chicago this week for the Local Media Revenue Summit, to hear the latest in revenue strategies. I asked Shannon to provide some tips for sales teams and managers that are working to incorporate digital products into their portfolios. Why is it so different? What can sales managers do to help in the transition? Read more.

Light Roast

How Did an Obscure Emoji Take Over the Internet? Shrug.

by Brian Koerber, Mashable

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