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Nov. 16, 2009, 6:35 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Bloomberg’s speed desk, AP’s topic pages, after-parties in abandoned newspaper boxes

Bloomberg News has 200 journalists on its “Speed Desk” publishing headlines seconds ahead of competitors »

The AP wants to create topic pages to rival Wikipedia, whose founder says, “Sounds like a good idea” »

48% of Americans say they’d pay for news online, compared to 60% of Western Europeans »

Are game stories “worthless” or just in need of reinvention? @jasoncfry asks some sports writers »

Slate quickly reels in a spin-off: Double X, with focus on women’s issues, to be folded into main site »

Very cool art: Print media’s after-party is raging in an abandoned newspaper box near you »

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