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Today's e-Reads: Google's Brin Blasts Partisanship

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FILE - In this Sept. 2, 2008 file photo, Google co-founders Sergey Brin, left, and Larry Page talk during a new conference at Google Inc. headquarters in Mountain View, Calif. Brin and Page have always said they put their principles before profit, even to the point of using their control of the company to take a stand. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, file)(AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, file)

The Wall Street Journal reports that Google co-founder Sergey Brin criticized the partisanship in Washington and urged Americans to drop their political affiliations, though he contributed to President Obama's successful re-election effort.

President Obama may have won the election, but Mashable says that FiveThirtyEight.com's Nate Silver won the electoral prediction race.

CNET reports that "Four More Years" was the most Tweeted phrase in the wake of President Obama's victory. And Reuters examined the role of social media in the election.

A New Jersey election official told voters to send their ballots to his personal Hotmail e-mail account despite concerns about its security, Bloomberg reports.

The New York Times examined the increasing embrace of the Internet and social media by some lawyers to help their cases.

The Mercury News reports that Netflix is at a crossroads with some betting the firm is poised to make a resurgence and others saying the video service's best days are behind it.

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