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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 http://tr.im/rdUz »

“10 inspirational New York Times multimedia and interactive features” http://tr.im/reZi (by @10000Words»

Four years ago, I wrote about the use of cell phone cameras in coverage of the London subway bombings http://tr.im/rgeD »

Building on @dan360man‘s idea, @ksablan sketches what a “storystreaming platform” for news might look like http://tr.im/rfCx »

How Chinese citizens are circumventing the government’s censorship of Twitter http://tr.im/reej »

Well, I suppose it had to happen: Wall Street Journal liveblogs the liveblogs of the Jackson memorial http://tr.im/rgOs »

 
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“This puts Black @nytimes staff in danger”: New York Times staffers band together to protest Tom Cotton’s anti-protest op-ed
“It has never been my expectation that every piece the New York Times publishes will confirm my personal worldview, but it was also never my expectation The Times would run an op-ed calling for state violence.”
The Philadelphia Inquirer’s journalists of color are taking a “sick and tired day” after “Buildings Matter, Too” headline
“We’re tired of shouldering the burden of dragging this 200-year-old institution kicking and screaming into a more equitable age.”
VizPol takes a cue from bird-watching apps to help journalists identify unfamiliar political symbols
Built by researchers at Columbia University’s journalism and engineering schools and launched as an invite-only beta this week, VizPol can currently recognize 52 symbols.