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Today in Tech: Mike Daisey responds to Apple backlash

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Fortune’s curated selection of tech stories from the last 24 hours. Sign up to get the round-up delivered to you each and every day. * Off-broadway performer Mike Daisey took to his blog in response to mounting criticism that he “partially fabricated” his observations of Foxconn iPad factories. “In the last forty-eight hours I...
Today in Tech: Mike Daisey responds to Apple backlash
NFW: Adam Penenberg Joins PandoDaily as Editor

Exclusive Extract: Adam Penenberg's Debut Novel -- "Virtually True"

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A month or so ago, Adam Penenberg asked if I’d read and blurb an advance copy of his debut novel: a journalistic technothriller called “Virtually True”. “True Ailey is a journalist in a strange land, exiled by his network to a damp Southeast Asian republic gouged out a war-ravaged peninsula...
Exclusive Extract: Adam Penenberg's Debut Novel -- "Virtually True"

Retracting "Mr. Daisey and the Apple Factory"

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Retracting "Mr. Daisey and the Apple Factory": Holy shit this is bad. That’s all you can really say. This episode was easily the most widely circulated in the tech community for obvious reasons. And it generated thousands of other related stories. Host Ira Glass: I have difficult news. We’ve learned...
Retracting "Mr. Daisey and the Apple Factory"

In Plain Sight: The Inconsequential Outrage Over Facebook’s Privacy Scandals

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[Editor's note: The IPO may be over, but millions are still wondering whether they should buy this high priced stock. Our eBook "Buy This Book Before You Buy Facebook" is still the most relevant source of information out there for those who haven't watched the company every day for the...
In Plain Sight: The Inconsequential Outrage Over Facebook’s Privacy Scandals

Mike Daisey Will Deconstruct His Agony and Ecstasy: ‘I Will Be Making a Full Accounting of This Work’

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Mr. Daisey On his personal blog yesterday, Mike "The Boy Who Cried Foxconn" Daisey responded to Ira Glass's public shaming and retraction of excerpts of his monologue that aired on "This American Life." "I thought the dead air was a nice touch, and finishing the episode with audio pulled out...
Mike Daisey Will Deconstruct His Agony and Ecstasy: ‘I Will Be Making a Full Accounting of This Work’
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