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April 22, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Google News gets personal, ‘Like’ turns 1

Licensing problem silences Internet radio stations http://nie.mn/dHdSwM »

How to design fast, interactive maps without Flash http://nie.mn/dEBybF »

In a world… where UberMedia buys TweetDeck and launches a Twitter competitor http://nie.mn/gBt5Rt »

PSA: Seattle NBC affiliate KING-TV is hiring a digital managing editor http://nie.mn/eAfzeZ »

Game reporter Geoff Keighley released his story on the making of “Portal 2” as an iPad app http://nie.mn/hBetRS »

Google News now auto-personalizes your feed based on your browsing history http://nie.mn/i7VNJc »

Trouble on the farm? NYT’s About.com says it took a big hit after Google refined its algorithm http://nie.mn/hw5pQh via @jenny8lee »

Is Wikileaks journalism? The 1st Amendment doesn’t really care http://nie.mn/g6zBTf »

Facebook’s “like” button turns 1. (Could swear it’s been around longer than that…) http://nie.mn/fxPFGk »

 
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