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Postcards and laundromat visits: The Texas Tribune audience team experiments with IRL distribution
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Aug. 14, 2009, 7:14 p.m.

Links on Twitter: NPR’s site redesign based on user behavior, investigate journalism on tweets, 1953 Time cover on amateur photography

Before redesigning its site, NPR researched user behavior and expectations. Here’s what they found: http://tr.im/wq8m »

Vancouver artist @blprnt creeps himself out by conducting investigative journalism on his Twitter stream http://tr.im/wpkB »

Call it a best-of album: the most-frequently favorited tweet from 19 journalism-minded Twitter users http://tr.im/woX0 »

Geeks only: How similar are the LA Times and Chicago Tribune websites? Have a look at the code http://tr.im/wqiG (HT @A_L»

Linked today in a NYT memo: Twitter discussion of the “link economy” http://tr.im/woA3 f/t @mathewi @TimObrienNYT @harrisj »

Really dig this TIME cover from 1953: “Amateur Photography: Every man his own artist” http://tr.im/wows »

 
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