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Oct. 14, 2009, 6:43 p.m.

Links on Twitter: WSJ lawyers trained on stipple-art copier, Digg ad network aims to monetize Digg traffic spikes, The Onion finds a growth area for newspapers

Not exactly AP v. Shepard Fairey: Wall Street Journal sicking lawyers on artist who uses their dot drawings http://tr.im/BLaP »

Digg’s forthcoming ad network aims to monetize traffic spikes from, well, Digg http://tr.im/BL4w »

New ad unit from @hc‘s Blogads, aimed at political causes, lets readers tweet directly from the ad http://tr.im/BOlP »

35% of newspapers charge a premium for their Thanksgiving editions. Why? The ads and coupons http://tr.im/BKXa »

Ouch from The Onion: “Majority Of Newspapers Now Purchased By Kidnappers To Prove Date” http://tr.im/BLEh »

 
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