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May 19, 2009, 9:54 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Economics of journalism, Google as “frenemy,” Bob Dylan

“Why journalists deserve low pay” — economics of journalism, brilliantly explained. With a hed to hook you http://tr.im/lOmf (via @amonck»

New York Times executive editor Bill Keller (@nytkeller) calls Google a “frenemy” http://tr.im/lPGx »

In an age of Slate and Wired.com, it’s worth asking, “What is a magazine?” http://tr.im/lNe9 »

“Why E-Books Look So Ugly” http://tr.im/lLaP »

American Internet users spend 53 minutes per week reading online newspapers http://tr.im/lL8o (PDF) »

RT @megangarber: TPM’s Josh Marshall concludes Columbia J-School commencement address with Dylan: “He not busy being born is busy dying.” »

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