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Sept. 22, 2009, 4:58 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Financial Times won’t put blog behind paywall, ESPN hybrid iPhone strategy, Adobe doesn’t think Photoshop is generic verb

Why the Financial Times won’t apply its paywall to a popular blog: “to interact with other financial blogs” http://tr.im/zoky »

ESPN’s iPhone strategy: Give away the core product but charge $3 to $5 for an array of niche applications http://tr.im/zoiI »

Talking Points Memo poaches two Washington reporters and prepares to open DC bureau next week http://tr.im/zkxv (HT @c4fcm»

Fascinating that CNN has more than twice as many Facebook fans as Fox News, but Fox has more engagement http://tr.im/zkej »

Marketing on Facebook is helping the New York Times reach a demographic it often misses: women under 35 http://tr.im/zogY »

Adobe complains to the New York Times about using Photoshop as a generic verb for manipulating photographs http://tr.im/zojk »

 
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