Morning report for May 13, 2013

* Bloomberg News editor-in-chief: “We apologize for our error as it does not reflect on our culture or our heritage.” ( | Bloomberg admits terminal snooping.bloom1 ( | ( | (
* “Do you want to know what kind of person makes the best reporter? I’ll tell you. A borderline sociopath.” (
* Some people on the cutting edge of tech are turning off their home Wi-Fi at night and reading books on paper. (
* Amanda Berry, Michelle Knight and Gina DeJesus won’t be speaking publicly or with reporters while criminal proceedings against Ariel Castro are ongoing, says their spokesman. (
* Three Reuters staffers are reprimanded for not telling their bosses that the FBI raided Matthew Keys’ apartment. (
* The Newseum is rethinking its decision to include two cameramen from Hamas-run al-Aqsa TV in a tribute to journalists who died last year. (
* Chris Heath goes from Pet Shop Boys expert to award-winning war correspondent. (
* Previously.TV launches. (“We want to talk about last night’s TV shows.”) (
* PBS MediaShift puts out ebooks on self-publishing and cord-cutting. (
* “This daily newspaper thing may be catching on,” David Carr writes in a column about the Times-Picayune (with a Philly Inquirer mention). (
* We agree with the Times that Declan Walsh’s reporting from Pakistan has been “balanced, nuanced and factual.” (
* What happens next in media? Nine predictions from Simon Dumenco. (
* Southern Illinois University’s Daily Egyptian is in danger of folding if it doesn’t get financial help soon. (
* Reporter says cops in Springfield, Ill., harassed him for years because of his police misconduct investigation. (
* Durham Herald-Sun is selling its building and looking for smaller office space. ( | It’s going to start charging for online access, too. (
* Letter: “Don’t give up,” a reader advises laid-off journalists. (Romenesko Letters)