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Jan. 7, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: E-reader buzz meets mobile phone reality, Journalism Online bullish on metered model, Google Wave’s similarity to a crowded table

The NBA removed Gilbert Arenas’ “finger gun” photo from the Getty archive, then put it back. http://j.mp/92zhRe »

The top 100 pages on the FCC’s website account for only 40% of monthly pageviews. http://j.mp/6HXI9L »

How Google Wave is like sitting at a long and crowded dinner table: http://j.mp/7PuO8E »

Looks like Journalism Online is bullish on a metered pay model with a 10-15 free article threshold. http://j.mp/4ZcN9I »

An analyst pits e-reader buzz (16 million by 2014) against mobile reality (1 billion now). http://j.mp/6Z2euH »

 
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