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Dec. 7, 2009, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Google search is now personalized by default, Results from Nielsen’s new tracking system are disconcerting for some, Wikipedia’s subtle redesign

The disconnect between ads and edit, in screenshot form: http://tr.im/GWlI »

“Redesign” doesn’t always mean “overhaul.” Here’s an interesting look at Wikipedia’s subtle changes. http://tr.im/GVXx »

Google search results are now personalized by default. @Dannysullivan explains why this is a big deal. http://tr.im/GUSn »

Is there a blueprint here? Print, digital, events and hyperlocal keep Manhattan Media viable. http://tr.im/GUol »

Nielsen’s new system says 8% of People.com users read the magazine last week. The old tool put that at 32%. http://tr.im/GU55 »

 
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“We stepped in and started doing it”: How one woman built an award-winning news outlet from her dining room table
“This is all going on in my apartment. My kids were small and running around, there were always interns here. And then that spring, we were nominated for a really big award.”
Cold, hard numbers will drive the stories on this Internet-crawling company’s new media arm
Fintech company Thinknum has lots of interesting data to sell access to. Now it wants to build public-facing stories out of it.
At The Boston Globe, the editorial pages are looking for new ways to engage readers
“We learned how important it is to have writers and editors and digital producers working collaboratively, near each other. It’s a model for the future.”