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Aug. 26, 2009, 6:41 p.m.

Links on Twitter: “Must-read” critique of remnant advertising, women who tweet about online journalism, fairly brilliant CAPTCHA advertising

Gawker’s Nick Denton calls this post, which critiques remnant advertising, a “must-read for web publishers” http://tr.im/x9ry »

Women who tweet about online journalism? There are plenty, and here are 20 http://tr.im/xanN »

Did @AdrianHolovaty try selling EveryBlock to a newspaper? “The band is not planning to tour in Portugal” http://tr.im/xa44 »

The pulp and paper industry launches a PR offensive claiming that newsprint is environmentally friendly http://tr.im/xcvu »

Online advertising is expected to grow 35% to 40% in the Middle East this yearhttp://tr.im/x9wu »

If we have to live with CAPTCHAs, might as well make them ads? Get ready for: “Type product name” http://tr.im/xaUz »

 
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