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July 15, 2009, 6:11 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Google calls publishers’ bluff, covering local business, MetaFilter’s servers in 2002

European publishers say they won’t “give away” content to search engines. Google says, OK, here’s how http://tr.im/sv4E »

It’s profitable: Two guys covering local business in five U.S. cities — with an assist from India http://tr.im/svWq »

Surprisingly, local businesses account for 20% of advertising on social networks http://tr.im/sqO9 »

Unofficial link-shortener for New York Times URLs, by @donohoe, is back up and running http://nyturl.com »

What MetaFilter’s servers looked like in 2002 http://tr.im/sup9 (per http://tr.im/supo via @brunoboutot»

 
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