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Today's e-Reads: Hard Lessons from Sandy for Websites

A satellite image of Hurricane Sandy off the coast of North Carolina Sunday at 6:35 p.m. Eastern.(NOAA)

October 31, 2012

In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, The New York Times details the mistakes some website operators made in their emergency planning.

Google is using its vast troves of data to map some of the devastation from Hurricane Sandy, CNN reports.

The Wall Street Journal argues that recent shakeup among Apple's top management is another sign that CEO Tim Cook is putting his own stamp on the iconic tech firm.

CNET profiles
Eddie Cue, the man picked to help fix problems with Apple's map service.

California's attorney general put 100 app developers on notice that they are not in compliance with the state's privacy law, IDG News reports.

Disney is buying Lucasfilm and the rights to its legendary Star Wars franchise, the Mercury News reports.

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