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Sept. 10, 2009, 5:57 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Interview with Josh Cohen of Google News, top markets for NY Times outside New York, Huffington Post asks Twitter followers to rewrite headline

Josh Cohen of Google News makes an obvious but key point: There’s no money in search ads for Afghanistan http://tr.im/ykWt »

Outside New York, the NY Times’ biggest markets are San Francisco, Boston, DC, Philly, LA http://tr.im/ykPS »

35 iPhone apps that @palafo, who heads the copydesk at the New York Times, actually uses http://tr.im/ylmA »

“‘I understand that The New York Times Magazine is not Mind,’ Wieseltier writes, but really he doesn’t” http://tr.im/ynac »

“No, YOU lie” is @huffingtonpost‘s first attempt at a headline for its top story, but they’re trying something new. Check out #headlinehelp»

 
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