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How South Africa’s largest digital news outlet plans to cover the chaotic 2024 election
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March 23, 2010, 6:37 p.m.

Links on Twitter: China has harsh words for Google, Ex-Microsoft exec launches ad exchange, influential tweeters don’t retweet much

RT @berkmancenter: Early registration for “Journalism’s Digital Transition” conference ends 3/24. Register now! … »

“For us, citizen is a not legal description, but rather a state of mind…” »

Read Write Web’s most influential Twitterers retweet fewer than 30% of the time »

Surfing the web, checking email, listening to music outpace “read newspapers” in survey of potential iPad usage »

Soulja Boy and Kim Kardashian can pull in up to $10,000 per tweet. (Very close to what we rake in here at the Lab) »

New tools of the investigative reporting trade: Twitter, blogs, comment threads »

Former Microsoft exec launches new ad exchange, The Trade Desk, with $2.5 million in financing »

Let the ereader price wars begin! Sony lowers cost of its Pocker Reader to $169 »

China has harsh words for Google, but hasn’t blocked Google.cn »

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