Morning Report for October 30, 2014

* New York Times Co. beats analysts’ third-quarter forecasts with a loss of $12.5 million. (Reuters via yahoo.com) | (nytimes.com)
* Ben Bradlee‘s funeral was “a statement of the man’s irreverence and verve.” (washingtonpot.com) | The word “dickhead” was used twice at Bradlee’s funeral. (washingtonpost.com) | Many gushing and heartfelt tributes. (usatoday.com) | Transcript and video of Quinn Bradlee‘s eulogy. (washingtonpost.com)cat
* “I had fun” using a manual typewriter for a week, says student journalist Cory Blair, but “it was frustrating, my grades suffered and my productivity dropped.” (ajr.org)
* [Right] Screw ISIS and Ebola! There’s a cat stuck in a tree in Charlottesville, VA. (facebook.com/NBC29)
* How Tim Cook came out in Businessweek: He pitched his piece to editor Josh Tyrangiel. (observer.com)
* Family Circle hears from haters after profiling a gay family. (washingtonpost.com)
* Banner Alzheimer’s Institute to journalists: Cover our briefing and you get $100. (healthjournalism.org)
* Why Rupert Murdoch is still working at 83: “Curiosity,” he says. (businessinsider.com)
* The redesigned Flipboard is “broader but also more personal than ever.” (theverge.com)
* No sympathy for “whining” White House correspondents. (firstlook.org)
* Gawker considers covering Albany. (capitalnewyork.com)
* FYI: It’s daylight saving time that’s ending – not daylight savings. (npr.org)
* Verizon’s new tech site bans stories on U.S. spying. (dailydot.com)

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