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Illustration by Lauren Payne.

Illustration by Lauren Payne.

Paul Krugman is leaving Princeton for CUNY’s Graduate Center. The move will have no impact on his role at the Times, but he seems excited to be closer to Zabar’s. (The New York Times)

Al Jazeera organized a global day of action to raise attention for four of the organization’s journalists who are imprisoned in Egypt. (Al Jazeera)

The  is launching a new vertical for short attention spans called “Speed Read,” prompting the question: is shortform the new longform? (Adweek)

Conde Nast CEO Chuck Townsend extended his contract. (New York Post)

Young Money writer Kevin Roose uses both a standing desk and a sitting. (The Wire)

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