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Dec. 11, 2009, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Windows users click more ads, recommend link proves popular at Times Online, a correction becomes a creative outlet

How a Washington Post correction became an unexpected (and very funny) creative outlet. http://tr.im/HlP2 »

That’s a lot of upturned thumbs: The “recommend” links on Times Online get clicked 40,000 times per day. http://tr.im/Hkek »

After looking into it for a while, The Guardian has decided podcasts aren’t a viable ad platform. http://tr.im/HjH1 »

An ad network found that Windows users click on nearly 50% more ads than Mac and Linux users. http://tr.im/HjLi »

 
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