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Dec. 16, 2009, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Financial Times web subscribers up 22%, top 5 visualizations of ’09, NY Times using new URL shortener

Looks like the New York Times’ new URL shortener (nyti.ms) is rolling out in staff tweets: http://tr.im/HONE »

Cartoonist associations are expanding membership boundaries to counter print’s contraction. http://tr.im/HObT »

Email is the most used sharing tool (46%), according to makers of the ShareThis button. http://tr.im/HNWi (via @NAA_Community) »

Data and chart lovers, this is for you: Top 5 visualizations of ’09. http://tr.im/HMJ6 (via @laurelatoreilly) »

The Financial Times has 121,200 digital subscribers. That’s up 22% over last year. http://tr.im/HMtF »

 
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