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July 17, 2009, 5:58 p.m.

Links on Twitter: NPR’s digital strategy, e-commerce revenue at The Telegraph, awesome baseball infographics

“Having content be portable is going to be paramount.” Q&A on NPR’s digital strategy and its open APIs http://tr.im/sMxS »

Puzzles, tulips, fantasy cricket, Panama hats: How The Telegraph has tapped a revenue stream in e-commerce http://tr.im/sNR1 »

Unlike competitors, traffic at The Huffington Post is up since the election — but average stay is declining http://tr.im/sOkA »

Pantheon Bridge to nowhere: Why clunky tech of the ’90s may have kept newspaper execs from innovating http://tr.im/sMZj »

MTV’s recipe for advertising against short-form video: 5-second pre-roll, then 10 seconds in lower third http://tr.im/sCJq »

Amazing collection of infographics on baseball and other sports http://tr.im/sDnn (via @BBHLabs»

 
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