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Jan. 14, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Western U.S. seems more apt to pay for news, old credentials unlock Newsday paywall, Gannett Blog clamps down on comments

Funny @wsj riff on press releases that struggle to fit messaging into a pop culture context. http://j.mp/7O1pNn »

As part of a relaunch, the Gannett Blog is lowering the “temperature” of comments with tougher moderation. http://j.mp/7rdwl3 »

Google’s interface hasn’t meshed with Chinese usage, @adage says. Popular topics trump queries. http://j.mp/7OvOhO »

An expired cable account from 2003 unlocked Newsday.com’s paywall. http://j.mp/4Qt4AL »

24% in western U.S. would pay $1-$10 per month for news. That’s more than any other region. http://j.mp/55FZBW »

 
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