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Aug. 11, 2009, 6:45 p.m.

Links on Twitter: The Guardian mulls a “members’ club,” ad campaign taps New York’s commenters, free newspapers or free WiFi?

The Guardian is mulling a paid “members’ club” that might include exclusive content and events http://bit.ly/eCl9N »

HSBC ad campaign recruits five prolific commenters from New York magazine’s websitehttp://bit.ly/W30IG (concept > execution) »

Recent news-stream experiments — Times Wire, BBC News Radar, AnnArbor.com — stress time over importance http://bit.ly/nqu4C »

A good question from @currybet: What’s more enticing from a local café — free newspapers or free WiFi? http://bit.ly/snt2u »

 
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