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Jan. 22, 2009, 6:49 a.m.

Morning Links: January 22, 2009

— You know they take software development seriously at the Times when they create their own nerd conference to support it.

— Mark Glaser reports on the RJI Talkfest at Mizzou.

— Both Martin and I are quoted extensively in this piece, in the alt-weekly in Lafayettte, Louisiana, about cutbacks at The Advertiser, the daily paper there. (It was the paper I read every morning when I was a kid.) The daily for a metro area of 550,000 people now has only 16 pages and one section some days.

Joshua Benton is the senior writer and former director of Nieman Lab. You can reach him via email (joshua_benton@harvard.edu) or Twitter DM (@jbenton).
POSTED     Jan. 22, 2009, 6:49 a.m.
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