The Morning Lowdown 05-19-11

»  Our paidContent Mobile Conference: Here’s What Happened (paidContent)
»  Here’s an interesting debate: “This Is Your Brain on Twitter,” a defense of the micro-blog from New York Times‘ Nick Bilton, was written in response to his boss Bill Keller’s The Twitter Trap, an expression of anguish over whether it was a good idea for the NYT editor’s 13-year-old to join Facebook. (NYT Bits Blog, NYT Magazine)
»  Comcast’s Cohen on former FCC Baker hiring: Nothing inappropriate (B&C)
»  The Celebrity 100: Social Media Over- and Under-Achievers (Forbes Mixed Media)
»  Condé Nast’s Glamour may be looking for new publisher (Adweek)
»  Why Is It Still So Hard to Get Some Media Outlets to Link? (Mathew Ingram/http://gigaom.com/2011/05/18/why-is-it-still-so-hard-to-get-some-media-outlets-to-link/GigaOm)
»  Bonnie Fuller 2.0: On the Internet, Nobody Knows You’re A Famous Magazine Editor! (NY Observer)
»  Patch editors told to post more stories to boost traffic (Street Fight, Romenesko)
»  How To Sell an iTunes Subscription: Charge a Few Bucks a Month, Or Nothing (MediaMemo)
»  Here Are Wall Street’s Real Estimates For LinkedIn (Business Insider)