Afternoon report

* Jeffrey Goldberg is “quite possibly Washington’s most polarizing journalist.” (washingtonian.com)
pennies* Facebook made about two cents per user last month. (theatlantic.com) | Facebook earnings live-blog. (blogs.wsj.com)
* Los Angeles Times reader Trent Sanders has had 54 letters published in the paper since 1985. (latimes.com)
* New York Times declines to name a company (Get Your Shit Together) with a “vulgar” name. (nytimes.com) | (daily-download.com)
* Jacques Steinberg joins “Say Yes to Education” after taking the New York Times’ buyout. (newspaperalum.com)
* What will animal shelters do when we live in an all-digital world? (sfgate.com)
* Matt Buchanan resigns as BuzzFeed tech editor to join The New Yorker. (observer.com)
* Andrew Sullivan has collected over $500,000 in pre-subscriptions. (thedailybeast.com)
* The Atlantic puts out new advertising and sponsored content guidelines. (theatlantic.com)
* Enough already with the “hyperconnected world” references, Thomas Friedman! (gawker.com)

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