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Postcards and laundromat visits: The Texas Tribune audience team experiments with IRL distribution
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Dec. 15, 2009, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Good and bad news on magazines, social media forcing courts to adapt, file size as an editing tool

Spanish news site 20minutos.es trims content from its home page to stay under a maximum file size. http://tr.im/HIQo »

Time to get that camera out. 52% of the projects funded through Kickstarter featured a video pitch. http://tr.im/HHXB »

Interesting examples of how social media is forcing courts to adapt. http://tr.im/HGUu (via @techdirt) »

Making money two ways: Harvard Business Review turned a successful book ($28) into a popular bundle ($395). http://tr.im/HGcn »

First, the bad news: 428 magazines stopped publishing in 2009. The good: 275 launched. http://tr.im/HGkn »

 
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