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By Amanda Ernst Comment

New York Times: Magazine publishers hope the long-awaited tablet digital device will finally help earn them some money, a promise the Internet has still not delivered on.

Observer: New York Times executive editor Bill Keller defends his letter to the Polk award committee, casting the latest barb in the paper’s spat with The Wall Street Journal. How will WSJ respond?

MediaPost: A federal judge ruled that Eric Dane and Rebecca Gayheart cannot seek statutory damages for alleged copyright infringement because they had not registered the copyright to their sex tape before Gawker posted the clip over the summer. Gawker 1, Dane/Gayheart 0.

Mediaite: Speaking of Gawker, here’s a look at how the blog changed the face of journalism during the last decade.