Morning report

* David Carr on quote approval: “The first draft of history should not be rewritten by the people who make it.” (nytimes.com)
* Maureen Dowd’s “Neocons slither back” column anti-Semitic? No way, says NYT editorial page editor Andrew Rosenthal. (nymag.com)
* “Fox & Friends” host Gretchen Carlson gets pranked by man identified as an ex-Obama supporter. (mediaite.com)
* “Few things on Twitter are better than [Paula Froelich’s] live recapping of ‘Fox & Friends.'” (@RPerezFeria)
* In his debut USA Today column, Michael Wolff examines Tina Brown’s reinvention efforts. (usatoday.com)
* Anderson Cooper, “The Ellen Show” and others donate items to online auction to help Times-Picayune staffers losing their jobs. (dashthirtydash.org)
* What’s the best way to view Twitter’s users — 16% of online adults, or 30 million? (stevebuttry.com)
* Prevention magazine to debut a new editorial direction, a new look and new contributors. (nytimes.com)
* Indianapolis Star makes 10-year commitment to its “Our Children/Our City” project. (indystar.com)

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