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June 17, 2009, 9:37 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Knight’s “test kitchens” for news innovation, AP’s contracts with Google and Yahoo, FT’s sentiment search

Ibarguen says Knight wants to launch “test kitchens” for innovative ideas in news (with universities and news orgs) #kncmit »

Associated Press CEO says his top priority is renegotiating contracts with Google and Yahoo http://tr.im/oMRb »

The last Q&A here with @fuzheado, on differences in foreign-language versions of Wikipedia, is fascinating http://tr.im/oMZg »

Is viral the best way to describe web culture? You don’t really catch a flash mob, @page88points out http://tr.im/oN17 »

Software used by the Financial Times lets readers search for articles that are “positive” or “negative” http://tr.im/oOgB »

 
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