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Postcards and laundromat visits: The Texas Tribune audience team experiments with IRL distribution
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June 23, 2009, 9:46 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Crime data visualizations, anonymous commenters, writing for free

From London to Los Angeles, 20 impressive visualizations of crime data http://tr.im/prfE »

A walk in the park with @pkafka and the cheap, color screen that’s poised to shake up e-readers & netbooks http://tr.im/prlN »

The ACLU is objecting as a newspaper prepares to give authorities data on two anonymous commenters http://tr.im/prDt »

In an eloquent piece on culture, if not economics, Emily Gould explains, “Why I write for free” http://tr.im/puB5 »

“But they’re *all* correspondents!” http://tr.im/pt3q #iranelection »

 
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