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Postcards and laundromat visits: The Texas Tribune audience team experiments with IRL distribution
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May 27, 2009, 5:39 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Eye-tracking study, Tribune’s aggregator, PolitiFact’s theme song

Eye-tracking study finds readers prefer one-column layouts over three http://tr.im/mxRy PDF: http://tr.im/mxRA »

Tribune Co. is readying a news aggregator for Chicago, and @pottsmark can’t wait to see it http://tr.im/mxI0 »

Sotomayor would be first justice “with a history of precedent-setting rulings on cyber law issues” http://tr.im/muNQ »

The Huffington Post, not yet profitable, names its first chief financial officer http://tr.im/mz1k »

Pulitzer-winning PolitiFact gets a new theme song http://tr.im/mB1w But for a site that separates fact from fiction, why so much Auto-Tune? »

 
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