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Daily Must Reads

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

A glaring typo on The New York Times’ front page today. Can you find it?

Twitter CEO Says Its Reach Goes Beyond Its 255M Users, But Can It Monetize Reach?

by Josh Constine, TechCrunch

Yes, Apple is Finally Buying Beats. Now What?

by Dan Frommer, Quartz

Maya Angelou Front Pages: ‘Beyond Words’

by Kristen Hare, Poynter

Why One Journalist Made the Leap Into Branded Content

by Tamara Baluja, The Canadian Journalism Project

Google Answers Some of the Pressing Questions About Its Self-Driving Car

by Alexis C. Madrigal, The Atlantic


Lessons in Entrepreneurship

Creative Toolbox Salon Series on Creativity

As part of Maine Startup & Create Week (MSCW), designed to showcase Maine’s vibrant and growing startup ecosystem, the Maine Center for Creativity welcomes Shannon Kinney, June 18 in Portland. She will highlight the Dream Local Digital story and how the company is now serving hundreds of clients nationally with online marketing consulting services. REGISTER

Light Roast

$1 Million in 1 Day: ‘Reading Rainbow’ Kickstarter Earns Pot of Gold

by Brian Anthony Hernandez, Mashable

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