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June 10, 2009, 7:47 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Clay Shirky, Nick Kristof, microboredom

“This collective, global AHHHHH!” @cshirky on the emotional element of news distribution http://tr.im/o2UF »

Twitter tiff between Guardian editor @arusbridger and Labour MP @tom_watson has a great ending http://tr.im/o2HX »

Global oppression was never this fun: Nick Kristof’s next book to include an online social-networking game http://tr.im/o1Bg »

Dig how @publici packaged its latest investigation: precis, stories, podcast, docs, searchable database http://tr.im/o1DH »

The energy-trust spectrum: @10000Words finds meaning in the color palettes of various news sites http://tr.im/o2S0 »

Microboredom: state of mind marked by idly playing with phone. Marketers want to capitalize http://tr.im/o3lr But so could news sites. »

 
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