The Morning Lowdown 06-14-11

»  Apple’s New iCloud Attracts An iLawsuit Over Naming Rights (paidContent)

»  Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) Recalls “Extremely Small” Number of Verizon iPads Over Duplicate ID Numbers (AllThingsD)

»  FT editor: ‘Our print and online rivals are hiring — and poaching’ (Romenesko)

»  Jason Calacanis: “Blogging Is Dead” & Why “Stupid People Shouldn’t Write” (RRW)

»  Now That Hearst Has Partnered With Buddy Media, You’re Going to Have to Learn What a ‘Sapplet’ Is (NY Observer)

»  What does the journalism of the future look like? (GigaOM/Mathew Ingram)

»  Why Kevin Systrom Turned Down Zuckerberg, Left Twitter To Start Instagram (Fast Company)

»  Palin fans hack Twitter feed of company that posted her emails for (MSNBC via Romenesko)

»  Aaron Sorkin talks to the NYT’s David Carr: (Interview magazine via Mediagazer)

»  Has the Internet “Hamsterized” Journalism? (Ars Technica)