Daily Links: Why is the wildly popular email privacy act still stuck in congress?

daily_links_1Why is the wildly popular email privacy act still stuck in congress? (NextGOV) – This boggles the mind. Everybody wants this, so what is the problem?

Google’s Chromebooks make up half of US classroom devices (CNBC) – Seeing these numbers in just a few short years is pretty impressive!

Reporters from digital/niche outlets are replacing daily newspaper reporters in Washington (Nieman) – This says so much about the changing face of the news industry.

Oldweb.today lets you revisit how painfully slow and ugly the Web used to be (The Next Web) – Remember these days? Can you name the baud rate on your first computer modem?

If the FCC Loses in Court Today, It Could Be the End of Net Neutrality (Vice) – This is an important case for the future of the Net…

Sadly, today the music industry is mourning the loss of Scott Weiland, iconic front man for Stone Temple Pilots. The publisher has put Not Dead & Not for Sale: A Memoir on sale for $1.99 at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and iTunes. (Sorry, Kobo shoppers, it is $11.99 there).

Daily Links are interesting links I discover as I go about my online day. The frequency and number of links posted depend upon the daily news. I also post other, different links of interest on Twitter and on the Google Plus eBook Evangelist Page.

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