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Feb. 16, 2010, 6:07 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Conde Nast mags ready iPad versions, White House releases e-reader report, online video ads get exchange

Associated Content pays its 350,000 text and video contributors based on their content’s performance http://j.mp/aSZGjw »

Online video ads get an exchange, with more likely on the way. Will exchanges drive down rates? http://j.mp/bTuG8n »

Lessons learned in the 1st year of a Time writer’s launch of an online startup, including: Plan A won’t work http://j.mp/cyF5or »

Visual and new media artist Peggy Nelson talks storytelling — from PowerPoint to Twitterhttp://j.mp/a0zGSA »

Yahoo reportedly charging 10-15% more for ads reaching targeted readers (think individual gamers, not gaming sections) http://j.mp/aVkYHc »

Good news for citizen journos: White House releases its first ereader-friendly reporthttp://j.mp/9d3vua »

Conde Nast preps iPad versions of Wired, GQ, Vanity Fair http://j.mp/c1suog »

 
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