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June 4, 2009, 6:45 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Print frequency, The Telegraph, creative copyediting

Moody’s report says newspapers should consider reducing print frequency to rectify “structural disconnect” http://tr.im/ns4j »

“People see it, and they believe.” How mobile phones are aiding journalism in Africa http://tr.im/nqdD »

The Telegraph sold 1 million extra print copies in May on account of the MP expenses scandal http://tr.im/np0y »

“How do you teach blogging?” A livechat with @jayrosen_nyu that just started, and it’s already pretty good http://tr.im/nqXM »

Registrations of dot-com URLs rose last quarter for the first time since beginning of 2008 http://tr.im/nqVK »

Sign maker’s error at Connecticut news startup @ValleyIndy requires creative copyediting http://twitpic.com/6lgkk »

 
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