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The Atlantic Launches 'The Sexes,' but Don't Call It a 'Ladyblog' (PaidContent)
"There are numerous sites -- Jezebel, Slate's Double X, Huffington Post Women -- that have been doing excellent, energetic, important work on women's issues for years. 'The Sexes' channel isn't competing with them," writes Atlantic senior associate editor Eleanor Barkhorn. "Our goal isn't to be a women's site, but rather to focus on issues that affect men and women, from the perspective of both genders."

Google Brings AMBER Alerts for Missing Children to Search and Maps (SocialTimes)
Google has partnered with the US Department of Justice's AMBER Alert Program to show information about missing or abducted children in Google Search and Maps for desktop and mobile, the company announced Wednesday.

An Inside Look at Larry King's New Home, Ora TV (LostRemote)
We can, of course, watch TV on Hulu, HBO GO, Showtime Anytime and numerous other TV everywhere products, but has non traditional TV-backed video content provided compelling enough content? The launch of Larry King-backed Ora TV is beginning a new chapter of TV on the Web via Hulu. We spoke with Ora TV CEO Jon Housman about the launch of the network.

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