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What’s with the rise of “fact-based journalism”?
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May 14, 2009, 6:53 p.m.

Links on Twitter: New NYT blog, MediaNews Group, visualizing today’s Google outage

On Monday, New York Times is launching a photo and video blog that scrolls sideways, @nytkeller told staff yesterday. »

MediaNews Group’s Denver Post asked readers if they would pay for the news online. Answer: no »

Smart post on the difficulty of serving casual and obsessive readers at the same time »

“Even paparazzi aren’t being paid well anymore. They’re competing with too many so-called amateurs” »

Critique of Slate’s Double X: News sites for women should define themselves by more than chromosomes (via @DanaGoldstein»

Visualization of today’s Google outage »

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