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Jan. 6, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Average Hulu user watches 2 hours of video per month, the growth of URL shorteners, Hearst puts ads on print-friendly versions

An experiment in redesigning boarding passes shows how user comments can lead to new ideas. http://j.mp/76KQr0 »

Hearst will soon include advertising on the print-friendly versions of its web content. http://j.mp/5uGBB7 »

Five years ago URL shorteners were a novelty. Now, there’s enough of them for a Top 100 list. http://j.mp/5gkLor »

The average Hulu viewer watched 21 videos in November. That translates to 2.1 hours. http://j.mp/4DSVu5 »

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