Morning Media Mix

NewspapersIt’s hot. It’s Friday. It’s a Summer Friday.

If you work somewhere that still gives employees the genteel publishing perks of yesteryear, then you are almost done pretending to work while making afternoon plans. So hurry up, happy hours don’t drink themselves. Here is a handy map showing where New York City book publishing houses are located to help with your planning–unless, of course you are stuck enjoying BEA, in which case, have fun. 

In other media news:

Ann Curry is not a great neighbor, an Upper West Side couple complained to The National Enquierer and the Post reports. We would be dubious but an Upper West Sider complaining about their celebrity neighbor’s ongoing construction is not only plausible, it is almost a given. (The New York Post)

A social network for The Wall Street Journal. “We will be able to build a network of like-minded people around the world, into a community,” Dow Jones CEO Lex Fenwick said. Such lofty goals! (The Next Web)

Seems like a good time for this: Attorney General Eric Holder is talking internally about tightening rules on when prosecutors can look at reporters phone logs and other information that could identify sources. (The New York Times)

Alright, get out of here already.