This week, we look at the decision of the New York Times to stand behind Sarah Jeong following the trolling controversy. Also, Gini Dietrich offers advice on converting your speaking opportunities into business leads. Finally, in our #IPRMustKnow segment, we talk about how Feedly is involving users in the redesign of its iOS app and how WordPress is moving closer to a full rollout of Project Gutenberg.
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