This story was written by Alex Ferreyra.
» In search of new revenue streams, The New York Times wants its writers like Nicholas Kristof (pictured) to not only write but to teach online. [Neiman Journalism Lab]
» In an interview with Jon Friedman, Arianna Huffington scoffs at the idea of consumers paying for content. [Marketwatch]
» Has the rise of social networking made RSS irrelevant? [ZDNet]
» One truism of business is that you need teens and college students to popularize innovations. Can Twitter prove it wrong? [NY Times]
» Videogame marketer Bruce Everiss is under fire from lawyers representing Eric Lam, the creator of the online game Evony which, according to Everiss, was “built with stolen graphics, content and design.” [Valleywag]
By Alex Ferreyra