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Warren Buffett: No secret sauce

* Warren Buffett on making newspapers profitable in the digital age: “I do not have any secret sauce” (New York Times)
* Jeff Jarvis: Journalism education should be even more disruptive than journalism, the industry. (BuzzMachine.com)
* Simon Dumenco on “cringeworthy” oversharing and the Zuckerberg Bubble. (AdAge.com)
* At the RightOnline conference, Sarah Palin praises Matt Drudge for reporting stories that mainstream media don’t touch. (Las Vegas Review Journal)
* “No purely digital media product has kicked up anywhere near the profits that beleaguered traditional brands still do,” writes David Carr. “But smart minds will figure that out.” (New York Times)
* Carr talks to Mediabistro.com about his first big story. (YouTube.com)
* New Yorker’s TV critic doesn’t care for Aaron Sorkin’s “The Newsroom.” (New Yorker)
* Chicago Reader’s press critic on covering the Sun-Times, which now owns the alt-weekly. (Chicago Reader)
* Twin Cities archbishop withdraws recognition of Newspaper Guild at Catholic Spirit newspaper. (StarTribune.com)

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