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Oct. 22, 2009, 5:32 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Slate’s 500,000 loyal readers, L.A. Times’ 2,700 Kindle subscribers, N.Y. Times Co.’s $175.2M in circulation revenue

Best piece you’ll read today is this short post about the “death” of the novel in 1896 http://tr.im/CErR (HT @robinsloan»

Slate editor says 500,000 loyal users are key to site’s revenue and journalism, not 7 mil. monthly uniques http://tr.im/CGa9 »

The Los Angeles Times has 2,700 Kindle subscribers, which means $97,200 a year in revenue http://tr.im/CAzk »

As @carr2n notes, watershed in NY Times Co.’s quarterly earnings is that circulation now tops advertising http://tr.im/CEqp »

Nice http://salon.com redesign. Grid fanatics will be pleased. »

So cool: The Guardian measures effect of postal strike by mailing boxes with GPS devices in them http://tr.im/CEpi »

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