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Booting Up: The Media Seems to Have Misplaced Edward Snowden

Good morning, sunshine! (Photo: flickr.com/globochem

Good morning, sunshine! (Photo: flickr.com/globochem)

Hulu’s up for sale, and depending on the buyer, it could mean big, big changes for the site. [New York Times]

After reports that Edward Snowden would be fleeing from Moscow to Havana today via Aereoflot, several reporters bought tickets and showed up–only too discover, too late, that Mr. Snowden wasn’t on the plane. They’re still stuck on the flight for Cuba. We’re guessing they no longer find Carmen Sandiego jokes very funny.  [Gawker]

Kevin Systrom says Instagram will come to Windows Phone and Blackberry before Google Glass. And it took them a veritable eternity just to get to Android. [Fast Company]

“Are we embracing a soft xenophobia applied to a sector rather than a race, to some cohesive elite tech class that doesn’t exist outside of our own minds?” [SF Gate]

The Bitcoin Foundation has gotten a cease and desist from the state of California. [Forbes]

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