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July 3, 2009, 10:39 a.m.

Links on Twitter: EveryBlock’s source code, Wikimedia Foundation’s expansion, our 40 most-recent links

Developers at major news sites are already diving into EveryBlock’s open-source code and like what they see http://tr.im/qL10 »

The Wikimedia Foundation, parent of Wikipedia, plans major expansion. Read their Q&A: http://tr.im/qKUA »

New privacy standards for online advertising. The context is: an attempt to avoid federal regulation http://tr.im/qBSb »

The Guardian is investing its brand name, rather than cash, in news-related startups http://tr.im/qBKA (via @RyanMacCarrigan»

The click-through rate across all ads served by DoubleClick in the U.S. is 0.1% http://tr.im/qBFk »

Have a great weekend, everyone! Here are my 40 most-recent links, ranked by your clicks http://nieman.40twits.com »

 
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