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Google Reader Is Shutting Down; Here Are the Best Alternatives - Lifehacker

Google announced today that it'll be closing Google Reader's doors on July 1st of this year, meaning you'll need to find a new way to get your news fix. Here's how to export all your feeds and put them into a new reader.

Reuters Employee Exposed as Alleged Anonymous Agent - Gizmodo

Matthew Keys, one of Reuters News' top social media managers, is facing potentially serious prison time after federal accusations that he's a member of Anonymous. According to the DOJ, Keys tried to help hackers deface Tribune Company news sites.


ESPN Suspends Bill Simmons From Twitter After First Take Criticism - Deadspin

Apparently Bill Simmons is not beyond reproach. ESPN has suspended Simmons from Twitter for a few days after he called the Skip Bayless-Richard Sherman First Take meltdown last week awful and embarrassing.


Google Glass Ushers in the Next Wave of Cybernetic Hate Crimes - io9

Last week, a cafe in Seattle banned the use of Google Glass, a reflection of the growing concern about the ways this cutting-edge technology might be abused. But the critics are ignoring the technology’s potential to make our lives safer and more democratic. Worse, by stigmatizing its use, the Glass-haters are spawning an entirely new kind of discrimination.