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June 2, 2009, 6:44 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Associated Press, Wall Street Journal, newspaper blackout poem

Remember when the AP planned to combat piracy of its content? They still do, and here are some details http://tr.im/n9wX »

WiFi on planes is a threat to in-flight magazines, which enjoyed something rare in media: captive audience http://tr.im/n9zc »

Battle for “Blogistan”: Kazakh bloggers stage mock funeral to protest web censorship http://tr.im/n9A6 »

At The Wall Street Journal, the term of choice is not “blog” but “real-time column” http://tr.im/nblS »

These visualizations by GOOD magazine aren’t good; they’re great http://tr.im/nc52 »

“User Generated Submission License Agreement,” a poem by @austinkleon. Zing! http://tr.im/n9Dr »

 
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