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June 5, 2009, 6:31 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Craiglist competitor, iPhone 3.0, sponsored tweets

Newspaper industry, not for the first time, considers launching a Craigslist competitor http://tr.im/nu0v »

Folks at the @berkmancenter have mapped the Iranian blogosphere, from poets to reformists to “cyber-shia” http://tr.im/nwUa »

What the iPhone 3.0 means for publishers: geotargeted content and more flexible ways to charge http://tr.im/nzVs »

The average online video, from YouTube to Hulu, is 3.5 minutes long http://tr.im/nwzS »

Weekend reading on business models for news? @stevebuttry has good picks at the end of this post http://tr.im/nxDp »

Yeesh. An ad network will soon pay Twitter users for writing sponsored tweets http://tr.im/nxw3 »

 
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