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July 7, 2009, 8:23 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Targeted ads on Kindle, sketch of a “storystreaming platform,” liveblogging the liveblogs of Michael Jackson’s memorial

Patents filed by Amazon foretell targeted ads on the Kindle. Also: buy a paper copy, get the ebook free »

“10 inspirational New York Times multimedia and interactive features” (by @10000Words»

Four years ago, I wrote about the use of cell phone cameras in coverage of the London subway bombings »

Building on @dan360man‘s idea, @ksablan sketches what a “storystreaming platform” for news might look like »

How Chinese citizens are circumventing the government’s censorship of Twitter »

Well, I suppose it had to happen: Wall Street Journal liveblogs the liveblogs of the Jackson memorial »

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