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Nov. 10, 2009, 10:42 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Future of media as events, ESPN’s competition for local sports markets, New Yorker cover drawn on iPhone

“What if the magazine, album, and novel of the future are the same thing? And what if they’re all events?” http://tr.im/EGJO »

Big day for collaborative journalism as Spot.Us-funded story is published in NY Times. @Digidave reflects http://tr.im/EFU4 »

Hitwise estimates that more than 25% of The Wall Street Journal’s traffic comes from Google http://tr.im/EFC8 »

In bid for local markets, ESPN expects heavy competition — foremost, from the sports leagues themselves http://tr.im/EGic »

Another New Yorker cover drawn on an iPhone, using the Brushes app. See it come together http://tr.im/EGof »

 
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