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Oct. 20, 2009, 6:01 p.m.

Links on Twitter: CNN upping front-page story selection, Huffington Post’s Facebook traffic, New York Times’ Gothic “T” burns in effigy

CNN upping stories on front page from 30 to 100, based on “biometric research”http://tr.im/CpLi (HT @RachelSterne»

From redirects to cloud servers, six digitally minded tips for news sites contending with reader backlash http://tr.im/Cqr8 »

15% of The Huffington Post’s reader comments now come through Facebook http://tr.im/CpxP »

Boston Herald publisher says he might charge for digital content — if the Globe does, too http://tr.im/CpDo »

Glamourous revenue stream: NY Times options Modern Love column, heartwarming features for TV and film http://tr.im/CrkE »

Whoa. Burning an effigy of the New York Times logo is great art but also kind of ominous!http://tr.im/Cqg5 (HT @gawker»

 
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