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June 3, 2009, 10:13 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Non-profit news, online video, TweetDeck at the Times

Spam, skip, scan, stop, save, shift, send, spread, or subscribe: 9 ways people respond to content online http://tr.im/njnb »

“Why the New York Times doesn’t call its readers ‘readers'” http://tr.im/njgL (via @MacDivaONA»

Haven’t dived into these papers yet, but lots of good topics here from a Duke conference on non-profit news http://tr.im/nhM5 »

A study throws cold water on growth of online video: People overreport their YouTube habits http://tr.im/nhk2 »

Haha. Memo: “To newsroom Twitter users” — TweetDeck is wreaking havoc on slow PCs at The New York Times http://tr.im/nkIV »

 
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