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Feb. 26, 2010, 6:19 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Inbox of an accidental Facebook voyeur, publishers beware of Apple as news gatekeeper, AP to create products for new platforms

FT reports the AP prepares to charge for content on iPad http://j.mp/dluaIB »

In hopes of generating revenue for its members, AP forms a division to create products for new platforms http://j.mp/dluaIB »

Borrowing from Google, Twitter ads will appear in searches, keeping a 140-character formathttp://j.mp/cLQpkl »

A retroactive ban on racy iPhone apps should give publishers pause before handing over the reins of news to Apple http://j.mp/c2tbkW »

Check out the inbox of an accidental Facebook voyeur (and Lab alum @zsewardhttp://j.mp/afB9NF »

 
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