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Nov. 23, 2009, 6:54 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Newsweek with an impressive Tumblr, New York Times coming to Tumblr, other news organizations on Tumblr

Nice. Newsweek has a Tumblr, and it looks good, links out http://tr.im/FBtW (HT @bigboxcar»

Speaking of news orgs on Tumblr, @NYT_JenPreston says the NY Times is getting in on that “very soon” http://tr.im/FBAJ »

RT @bigboxcar: We have a tumblr, too. Not nearly nice as Newsweek’s http://minnpost.tumblr.com | Us, “too!” http://niemanlab.tumblr.com »

NYT tries a “living article” for global warming http://tr.im/FBeD Andrew @Revkin explains what he’s up to http://tr.im/FBeM »

NYT’s Bill Keller dropped the term “living articles” in speech to staff; said it could be a “major venture” http://tr.im/CxzG »

“Sometimes our search results can be offensive. We agree,” reads a new Google house ad http://tr.im/FBY5 »

 
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