The love/hate relationship between technology and news: NYT media writer David Carr had a piece Sunday about the budding bromance between technology and news, after the two have been at odds with each other for the better part of their relationship. But with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos buying WaPo and eBay founder Pierre M. Omidyar starting a newly conceived news site with Glenn Greenwald, it’s becoming apparent that there may be an actual future for journalism and technology.
Why you should read it: The news game is changing. Don’t be stuck riding the bench when your team gets a new coach. Read more here.
Obama to give Rose Garden rally: According to Daily Caller’s Neil Munro, this morning, the President was scheduled to speak with consumers, small business owners, and pharmacists about the new healthcare law in the Rose Garden. Munro, who made himself famous in the Rose Garden, points out that since most early Obamacare success stories have either been outright lies or erroneous exaggerations, this is an attempt to save face and earn political points before the 2014 elections by pointing out Obamacare’s successes while claiming its failures unacceptable.
Why you should read it: The Rose Garden healthcare awareness rally will probably not answer why numerous companies have reduced employment and reduced workers’ hours to escape the high cost of the Obamacare regulations, but this story does. Read more here.
How does Fox News handle mean commenters?
Fox News toots own horn: According to HuffPost’s Jack Mirkinson‘s piece on David Folkenflik‘s new book, Rupert Murdoch‘s Fox News’ public relations team used hundreds of fake commenter accounts to push back at negative and neutral comments on blogs about the cable news channel.