Afternoon report

* Survey finds major online news sites are the most trusted information sources; Twitter’s the least. (technoratimedia.com)
* Politico lays off staff, but editor-in-chief John Harris says “we’re continuing to grow.” (huffingtonpost.com) | (washingtonpost.com)
* The top 100 searched news terms on Nexis.com in 2012. (newspaperalum.com)

Ada Louise Huxtable, 1921-2013

Ada Louise Huxtable, 1921-2013

* Pulitzer-winning NYT and WSJ architecture critic Ada Louise Huxtable is dead at 93. (nytimes.com)
* BuzzFeed is passing on CES because it’s “no longer the most important place to go to see what’s going to be happening in technology.” (buzzfeed.com)
* The Onion: Copy editors killed amid ongoing violence between two rival gangs divided by loyalties to The Associated Press Stylebook and The Chicago Manual Of Style. (theonion.com)
* White House photographers describe documenting the president (audio). (npr.org)
* Medill Innocence Project changes its name to Medill Justice Project. (northwestern.edu)
* Borough’s unsuccessful public records fight against Gannett New Jersey could cost taxpayers $750,000. (mycentraljersey.com)
* Towson University students help with design of newspaper sold by homeless people. (baltimoresun.com)

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