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Jan. 8, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Vinyl records still sell, only 279 comments denied on NY Times blog in ’09, Google Maps as a website entry point,

Always wondered about this: @rww says 0.5% of news site visitors print articles. http://j.mp/5koWeF »

CultureMap, a Houston-based entertainment site, uses Google Maps as a home page entry point. http://j.mp/51wSli »

NY Times’ City Room blog received 82,535 comments in ’09. Of those, only 279 were not approved. http://j.mp/7q8tug »

Does the future of the article put usability over gloss? This demo makes a case: http://j.mp/8sYUA5 (via @arstechnica»

2.5 million vinyl LPs were sold in the U.S. last year. http://j.mp/68EntD (via @paidcontent»

 
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