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June 19, 2009, 8:54 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Redesigning search at The Guardian, bylines on Google News, BBC explains politics with chocolate cake

Before remaking its search function, The Guardian studied how readers use it: largely, to navigate the site http://tr.im/p2Mm »

Is this the first academic paper on retweeting? http://tr.im/p0oU (PDF) It’s interesting! »

Google News now supports bylines, so you can search or create a feed of stories by individual reporters http://tr.im/p6TS »

Five things newspapers could learn from the 1980s arcade game “Paperboy” http://tr.im/p32M (via @GinaMChen»

AP’s social media rules hold staffers responsible for content posted on their Facebook profiles by others http://tr.im/p6Pq »

Making the news more palatable: BBC explains European Union politics with chocolate cake http://tr.im/p7fa »

 
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