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Nov. 19, 2009, 5:50 p.m.

Links on Twitter: MSNBC may develop EveryBlock independently, what happens when NPR.org breaks, Techmeme adds more humans

MSNBC may develop EveryBlock, the local-info aggregator, on its own instead of folding it into MSNBC.com http://tr.im/Fjb6 »

Intelligent failure: “What Happens When Stuff Breaks On NPR.org” http://tr.im/FjIK »

Congrats to MinnPost on raising $18,000 yesterday. Key: They’ve partnered with a statewide “giving portal” http://tr.im/FdFD »

New York Times is ditching Times Extra, which nobody used, and rethinking the best way to link out http://tr.im/Ff8d »

Techmeme, the invaluable tech-news aggregator, adds three more human editors, doubling its staff http://tr.im/FfkY »

How the news summaries Richard Nixon received from his staff of aggregators affected his presidency http://tr.im/FeJJ »

 
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