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Dec. 23, 2009, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: People in their 30s spend 18 hours online per week, Big change in Canadian libel law, Yahoo News still No. 1

With 138 million global visitors in Nov., Yahoo News is still the biggest news site no one talks about. http://j.mp/4oyMm5 »

The Onion A.V. Club uses paragraphs, numbers and lists to make long-form content palatable online. http://j.mp/4HtbGa »

“Responsible communication” just became a very important phrase for Canadian journalists. http://j.mp/5Purc7 »

If you’re 30-39 years old, a Harris Poll says you’ll spend 18 hours online this week. http://j.mp/4NMp7o »

 
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