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Journalists are burned out. Some newsrooms are fighting back.
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Jan. 5, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: ESPN invests in 3D, “view through” as an advertising measurement, followers and readers aren’t the same

In the now-standard redesign post, USA Today says its new home page will load 25-35% faster. »

1 million followers doesn’t equal 1 million readers. @anildash challenges Twitter follower numbers. »

Click through, meet “view through.” Interesting look at the hard-to-track aspects of online advertising: »

To broadcast in both HD and 3D, ESPN will need two production crews and two sets of announcers. »

Business blogs get 12x more subscribers through email than RSS, says @hubspot. »

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