Front page of the day. Finally, jell-o wrestling makes the front page of a newspaper…

Hackers disrupt PBS site, post fake report on Tupac Shakur

“The PBS Web site briefly carried a fake article claiming that the famed rapper Tupac Shakur was alive and living in New Zealand after a group of hackers took over the organization’s computer systems on Saturday night.” — The New York Times

Jann Wenner: magazines’ rush to iPad ‘sheer insanity and insecurity’

“Nobody mistakes Jann Wenner — whose Wenner Media publishes Rolling Stone, Us Weekly and Men’s Journal — for a digital fanboy. But his tentative take on even the iPad may dismay the big publishing powers, which hope tablets will deliver a better kind of digital platform for magazines, one that means significant business in a matter of years.” — Advertising Age

It’s fight or flight for Twitter

“Thousands have flocked to the social networking site recently but can it capitalise on its growing popularity?” — The Guardian

Seven News launches iPad app

“Seven News has launched a free application that can run on the iPhone and iPad.” — mUmBRELLA

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