Morning Report for October 27, 2014

* A Big Lie from Facebook. (
* Why won’t the Washington Post and other news outlets accept emailed applications from intern candidates? (
* “I’m not a lowly intern! I’m a fellow, dammit!” (
* Bill Keller: “I don’t want to sound like an NPR fundraiser, but…” (
* New York Times invests in Blendle, a Dutch “iTunes for news.” ( | “At Blendle, we hate paywalls.” (
* “T [magazine] is really critical to the New York Times,” says New York Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. (
* Another Time magazine cover (at right) has teachers worked up. ( | Former Wired editor Chris Anderson says he was so moved by the piece that he “donated on the spot.” (@chr1sa)
* CBC host Jian Ghomeshi, who is accused of rough nonconsensual sex, threatens to sue over his dismissal, | Ghomeshi became bigger than the CBC. ( | “I only participate in sexual practices that are mutually agreed upon,” he writes on Facebook. (
* Ad Age’s Kate Kaye let consumer data-gathering firms track her moves for three weeks and got “a fascinating peek at my bit part in today’s consumer-data economy.” (
* The web’s first banner ad went up twenty years ago today. ( | (
* President Obama likes print, ignores cable news. (
* Actor Judd Nelson sends the Los Angeles Times a photo to prove he’s still alive. (@latimes) | A fake Fox News site started the death rumor. (
* Facebook is becoming to the news business what Amazon is to book publishing. ( | Don’t let Facebook lick you to death, news orgs. (
* Florida Times-Union investigates juvenile detention and finds some children are serving unofficial jail sentences without ever being formally charged with a crime. (
* Bill Lucey put together an Ebola tip sheet for journalists. (
* A 19th century thief regrets stealing a journalist’s wallet. (There was nothing of value in it.) (
* A 9-year-old reads a book about a reporter and thinks: “I bet those journalists get a lot of free food.” (