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Nov. 17, 2009, 6:46 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Sessions per user at top newspaper sites, Distill magazine’s iPhone app, “tweets” in 1889 newspaper column

The top 30 newspaper sites averaged 3.16 sessions per user in October, Nielsen estimates http://tr.im/F8MX »

Lots to learn from the iPhone app for design mag Distill. It’s beautiful, but I’m most impressed by the ads http://tr.im/F8SB »

If AP cuts happen, note that CEO Tom Curley said his employees were “fine” last monthhttp://tr.im/BDFp (2nd graf of speech) »

To me, this jumbled “News in a Nutshell” column from an 1889 newspaper looks a lot like a stream of tweets http://tr.im/F9Ds »

 
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