Morning report

* Jonah Lehrer’s speech “wasn’t quite Lance Armstrong on ‘Oprah,’ but…” (nytimes.com)
* Technology reviews site gdgt has been acquired by AOL. (techcrunch.com) | (gdgt.com)
* Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen joins Washington Post’s opinion team. (politico.com)
* TV critic Hank Stuever reviews the State of the Union address. (washingtonpost.com) | Tom Shales reviews it, too. (suntimes.com)
* Just-launched New York Times ad program uses the paper’s archives dating back to 1851. (lostremote.com)

Tantaros

Tantaros

* Andrea Tantaros has become Fox News’s new “It” girl. (observer.com)
* Washington Post book critic makes fun of NYT’s Goodreads.com piece. (@RonCharles) | @sree learned from it, though. (@sree)
* Jim Roberts, who joined Reuters after taking NYT’s buyout, chats with Nieman Journalism Lab. (niemanlab.org)
* Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin hockey writer is accused of making up quotes. (senstown.com)
* Dan Gainor scolds the media for its coverage of Marco Rubio’s water break. (foxnews.com) | The pause that refreshes — and prompts a flood of tweets. (wsj.com)
* Will lawsuits prompt media companies to pay student interns? (pbs.org)
* Financial Times turns 125. The paper “has been held up as a rare success story,” writes Lucia Moses. (adweek.com)
* Check out the old photos that Chicago Tribune staffers recently found. (chicagotribune.com)
* Look out, Timex! Bloomberg reports 100 people are working on Apple’s new watch. (engadget.com)

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