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June 9, 2009, 5:53 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Mobile search ads, The Uptake’s money woes, old newspapers

Next hot advertising trend might be local mobile search. Hm, sounds like a good news site could capitalize http://tr.im/nUjN »

Awesome screencast on designing new Jewish site, Tablet: how to suggest ethnicity in a typeface http://tr.im/nWYD (via @A_L»

When analog TV ends on Thursday, some broadcasters will use the freed-up spectrum to stream on cellphones http://tr.im/nTyZ »

Associated Press reprimands reporter who criticized McClatchy on his Facebook wall; union objects http://tr.im/nXad »

The Uptake, Minnesota’s widely acclaimed “C-SPAN for the common man,” is running out of money post-election http://tr.im/nTB3 »

“Cocaine for the Eyes of Firemen” and other old newspaper headlines can be found on my new favorite blog http://tr.im/nTE8 »

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