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Feb. 18, 2010, 6:06 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Clicker picks up $11 million, one third of Americans aren’t online, FT tightens its paywall

Startup news site Oakland Local saw traffic increase last month after posting more local itemshttp://j.mp/bhmis0 »

FT tightens a paywall loophole, announcing a new limit on free stories readers can view via Google to five per day http://j.mp/aqyPmB »

Designer for Bonnier skeptical of “metaphorical page turning” for iPad. Successful digital content uses scrolling http://j.mp/cOmVSU »

Nearly a third of Americans aren’t online. 41% of dial-up users cite cost as reason they’re not on broadband http://j.mp/aHSlBQ »

Internet programming guide Clicker, the first to catalog all broadcast quality online video, picks up $11 million http://j.mp/dt1Akf »

 
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