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Oct. 9, 2009, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Wikileaks builds a platform for leaking to news organizations, Hearst launches “good enough” topic pages, New York Times hiring lots of developers

Wikileaks devising a platform for anonymously leaking material to news outlets, others http://tr.im/BcUr (HT @jeffsonderman»

Hearst rolls out 2.3 million automated topic pages that it calls “very good but not great” and “no-cost” http://tr.im/BdjV »

Curation: TPM running a “reaction wire” on Obama’s Nobel http://tr.im/BdAR and @RobTornoe‘s got cartoons http://tr.im/BdB2 »

Yale’s conference on the future of news has 39 speakers, and 32 of them are male. It’s a common issue http://tr.im/BcMd »

Talking Points Memo quoting “senior administration officials” of late, which isn’t exactly their style http://tr.im/Bd5K »

Eighteen jobs! RT @nickbilton: The NYTimes is hiring developers, developers, developers:http://bit.ly/4K5B3 »

 
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