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Aug. 25, 2009, 6:41 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Long tail of MSNBC video, National Public Radio’s API calls double, Google News experiments with “Interesting Reads”

As MSNBC puts much more video online, “the demand has shifted from the most popular videos to the tail” http://tr.im/x3BQ »

API activity for National Public Radio nearly doubled between June and July, to over 6m calls http://tr.im/x3zk »

Update on Google News “Interesting Reads” http://tr.im/wZie Google tells me it’s a test for “small % of users,” won’t say how stories picked »

 
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