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Why do people share misinformation about Covid-19? Partly because they’re distracted
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May 15, 2009, 9:04 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Web headlines, WSJ iPhone app, augmented reality

Why the first two words of your headline are so important on the web http://tr.im/lrfg »

Is the future of mobile marketing in “app-vertising”? (If so, let’s hope they come up with a better name.) http://tr.im/lrjX »

Wall Street Journal’s iPhone app garnered “nearly 400,000 downloads” in first month of release, @alansmurray told staff in an email today. »

This would be your typical story about Twitter spreading false info blah blah bah… except it starts with the @LATimes http://tr.im/lt65 »

Augmented reality? Sign me up http://tr.im/lqq1 »

 
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