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When soap operas "One Life to Live" and "All My Children" moved online, it wasn't clear how fans would watch them. Looking for a book suggestion? Culling information from your Twitter feed and turning that into accurate recommendations is harder than it looks, but Parakweet is looking to use natural language procesing to do just that. Book publishers discussed digital-first and digital-only initiatives at the Making Information Pay conference this week. Yahoo wants to buy Tumblr. We hear Facebook might spoil the party. But the question is: is Tumblr the fountain of youth that Yahoo badly needs or will this be case of a pathetic old-middle aged guy hanging with youngsters trying to be hip. Google launched its own music subscription service Wednesday. Currently, it's not very different from all the other services out there. Journalists and organizations now have the ability to use sensors to collect their own real-time data and report on it. Google CEO Larry Page, who has been suffering from vocal cord issues showed up at the end of Google I/O keynote and spent talking about his vision of technology and took questions from the audience. Neal Edelstein, producer of hit movies like The Ring and Mulholland Drive, has a new film project: A film delivered in chunks directly through an iOS app. Looking for a job in digital media? Each week we highlight some of the most interesting positions posted to paidContent’s jobs board. Apple's exposure in a closely-watched price-fixing case over ebooks looks more serious as the CEO's of major publishers -- which have already settled with the government -- will testify about Apple's role in the case.