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May 6, 2009, 6:51 p.m.

Links on Twitter: News Corp., Senate hearing, 50 most-popular newspaper blogs

News Corp. has assembled a “global team” to explore models for paid content. They’re focused on hardware http://tr.im/kDqA »

At today’s #futurej hearing, Sen. Kerry will say non-profit news orgs should get Capitol Hill credentials http://tr.im/kFbO »

Here’s the Center for Independent Media’s two-page briefing on the press credentials issue http://tr.im/kFPP (pdf) #futurej »

37 must-read blogs for data and visualization geeks or, really, anyone who’s seen a spreadsheet http://tr.im/kDsv »

The 50 most-popular newspaper blogs (NY Times has 22 of them) http://tr.im/kGPH »

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