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June 30, 2009, 8:33 p.m.

Links on Twitter: “Politics of Class Online,” lessons for hyperlocal news sites, optimism from Jack Shafer

“The Not-So-Hidden Politics of Class Online” http://tr.im/qlWL Facebook, MySpace and privileged spaces online, by @zephoria »

Instructive failure: Five lessons for building a hyperlocal news site — from one that’s shuttering tomorrow http://tr.im/qkPo »

You won’t miss them — that’s the point — but 37 major news sites have rolled out those new ad units http://tr.im/qir1 »

Checking in with 11 newspapers that have gone online-only http://tr.im/qits (It’s a useful list but too focused on traffic.) »

“Just because the journalism business is going to hell…doesn’t mean that journalism isn’t thriving” http://tr.im/qonF by @jackshafer »

 
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