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Google’s proposed one-million-square-foot headquarters in London (above) would be as long as the city’s tallest building is high.
Farewell to the Google Reader. Here’s our list of replacement options.
At least one person was killed when protestors stormed the Muslim Brotherhood headquarters in Cairo, calling for President Morsi’s resignation.
Saudi Arabia has given 7 cyber-activists some serious jail time for inciting protests on Facebook.
Edward Snowden’s NSA leaks suggest the U.S. is spying on its European allies. 
Apple just registered for a Japanese trademark on the product name ‘iWatch,’ another clue that it is getting into wearable tech.
Twitter’s Vine video app is now available on Amazon’s Kindle Fire Android Tablets, putting it ahead of its major rival, Instagram.
Publishing giants Penguin and Random House have merged to create the first ‘truly global publishing company.’
The upcoming European Data Law, which protects user data and gives them the ‘right to be forgotten,' can fine up to 2% for transgressions.
Yahoo is doing a little tidying up. Last week it shut down at least 12 services, including the AltaVista search engine.
Have a great week!
—M. Cecelia Bittner and Jessica Hullinger

Daily Fast Feed Roundup

Good morning Tumblr! Here’s a quick rundown of what you need to know today: 

Have a great week!

M. Cecelia Bittner and Jessica Hullinger


Although the book is geared towards the activist community, many of the tactics and ideologies discussed lend themselves to startups—and even the corporate world—quite easily. At various points in the book, “creative disruptions,” publicity stunts, mediajacking, balancing art and message, and the importancestaying on message, are all discussed. Some sections of the book, such as “Putting Your Target In A Decision Dilemma,” and “Simple Rules Can Have Grand Results,” even fit in perfectly with the corpus of business leadership literature.

Beautiful Trouble: What Activists Can Teach Us About Leadership (And Crowdfunding)

Although the book is geared towards the activist community, many of the tactics and ideologies discussed lend themselves to startups—and even the corporate world—quite easily. At various points in the book, “creative disruptions,” publicity stunts, mediajacking, balancing art and message, and the importancestaying on message, are all discussed. Some sections of the book, such as “Putting Your Target In A Decision Dilemma,” and “Simple Rules Can Have Grand Results,” even fit in perfectly with the corpus of business leadership literature.

Beautiful Trouble: What Activists Can Teach Us About Leadership (And Crowdfunding)