Morning report

* Chinese hackers have attacked the New York Times for months. (nytimes.com) | Anti-virus software maker Symantec doesn’t look good here. (nymag.com)
link* Small-business owners say LinkedIn helps them far more than Twitter. (online.wsj.com)
* Three men are accused of burglarizing the homes of vacationing Los Angeles Times subscribers. (latimes.com)
* E.W. Scripps’ Record Searchlight says it’s going to disclose an anonymous commenter’s name at a court hearing today. (redding.com)
* Burlington Free Press offers its “profoundest apologies” after screwing up on the comics and puzzles for two straight days. (burlingtonfreepress.com)
* The secrets to not being a terrible writer; a Q&A with Ben Yagoda. (time.com)
* Daily Beast’s David Frum vs. WSJ’s James Taranto. (thedailybeast.com)
* Jon Stewart grills Al Gore about his Current TV/Al Jazeera deal. (politico.com)
* New York Observer’s favorite #BuzzFeedNewYorker tweets. (observer.com)
* In South Africa, vandals are “bringing newspapers into disrepute” by putting the F word on posters. (citizen.co.za)
* Reader query: “Do you know of any Nielsen type rating system that exists for newspaper mutli-media content?” Let Michael Goldberg know, please.

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