Morning report

* Is there a future for tablet-only publications like The Daily? (Adweek.com)
* The Guardian gets 2.1% of users who’ve tried its iPad app to pay for it. (paidContent.org)
* Journalism profs criticize foundations’ change-or-else letter. (InsideHigherEd.com)
* An uneasy Ann Curry and Matt Lauer reunion on “Today.” (latimes.com)
* Report: Disney blocked the entire NBC domain to prevent employees from watching the Olympics at work. (@karldotcom)
* New York Times ombud says the paper’s Lolo Jones piece “was particularly harsh, even unnecessarily so.” (nytimes.com)
* NYT struggles financially, but “the paper is probably better than it has been in quite some time.” (The American Interest)
* Did Fareed Zakaria rely a little too much on the New Yorker? (newsbusters.org)
* What Nevada Appeal says about the plagiarism pointed out on Romenesko yesterday. (NevadaAppeal.com)
* Ex-Santa Barbara News-Press editor expects to collect his full $1 million from ex-boss Wendy McCaw very soon. (noozhawk.com)
* Author and “This American Life” contributor David Rakoff is dead at 47. (edrants.com) | RIP Saundra Smokes. (syracuse.com) | Ron Liebau tribute. (zombiejournalism.com)

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