The Morning Lowdown 08.11.10

»  A group of veteran journalists have gotten together to create a weekly digital magazine expressly made for people who read on mobile devices like their phones or iPad. The mag’s title is appropriately enough, Nomad Editions. [NYT]

»  Is the internet tale of the woman who used a whiteboard to quit her job and expose her boss’s Farmville fixation too good to be true? Almost definitely. [MediaMemo]

»  Women are woefully underrepresented when it comes founding venture-backed startups. So is there a female funding model? And if so, what is it? [GigaOm]

»  Maybe the estimated $1 billion Netflix (NSDQ: NFLX) paid to access Epix’s online streaming content was a bit too high. [NewTeeVee]

»  The media economy’s recovery isn’t halting, according to Veronis Suhler Stevenson. [Release]

»  Branded content and online video are back together and so, Samsung is partnering with NBC Universal (NYSE: GE) Digital Studio on a new series debuting next week called Fact Checkers. [Multichannel News]