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Oct. 6, 2009, 6:13 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Associated Press mulls delaying news for some customers, NYU newspaper-blog feud is emblematic, Harper’s takes aim at word “content”

RT @AP_CorpComm: Associated Press considers charging some customers to get news earlier, CEO says: http://bit.ly/riK09 »

Feud between NYU’s established newspaper and upstart blog escalates from provincial to emblematic http://tr.im/AUfJ »

Rupert Murdoch says he’s “joining forces, even with the competition” to charge for online newspaper content http://tr.im/ARkc »

Prototype by @reifman tells you how many pages you’ve viewed on a site — with an eye toward micropayments http://tr.im/ATKu »

RT @agolis: Milestone: Talking Points Memo is in the White House. RT @cbellantonihttp://twitpic.com/khv1i »

“WARNING! Harper’s Magazine is 100% Content Free!” Ad mocks that word we all overuse http://twitpic.com/kh72y »

 
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