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Sept. 11, 2009, 5:43 p.m.

Links on Twitter: New York Times augmented reality apps, TMZ’s Harvey Levin at Columbia J-School, newspapers in Second Life

NY Times developing augmented reality apps for its restaurant and movie reviews, @myoungsays (at 19:44) http://tr.im/yqN3 »

TMZ founder Harvey Levin stops by Columbia Journalism School, collects resumes http://tr.im/ys1g »

In tweeting “suspicious boat…shots fired,” @CNN was practicing what we call process journalism, right? http://tr.im/yskG »

Why is Buenos Aires a haven for tech startups? The peso’s cheap, and free WiFi’s on every corner http://tr.im/yrTi »

From editor of The Guardian RT @arusbridger: Guardian gagged by company in High Court. We can’t tell you which company, or why. »

Three newspapers in Second Life. My favorite is the Metaverse Messenger http://tr.im/ysMG (HT @erhardt»

 
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