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Nov. 4, 2009, 7:09 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Chicago Tribune’s social media traffic, Schumer expects shield law to cover amateurs, S.F. Chronicle’s new “supercalendered groundwood” pages

Social media sites account for 10% of the Chicago Tribune’s traffic. Half of that is from Digg http://tr.im/E8iw »

Take a look around MSN’s new, whitespace-friendly homepage. More interesting: it has a “local edition” http://tr.im/E8lD »

Sen. Schumer’s rep says they “fully expect” shield law that reaches Obama’s desk will cover amateurs http://tr.im/E8vX »

What’s a former WSJ investigative reporter up to? Oh, just some detective work for an exiled sheik http://tr.im/E8Ff »

The Wall Street Journal’s new San Francisco edition, debuting tomorrow in print, is live online http://wsj.com/sf »

For pulp and paper nerds: SF Chronicle’s new glossy pages will be printed on “supercalendered groundwood” http://tr.im/EanM »

 
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