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New York Focus, the Empire State–centered newsroom, aims to hold Albany accountable
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March 9, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Facebook’s location-sharing, video paywalls, link ghettos

Blogs as link ghettos? We’re enjoying the convo going on between @palafo, @felixsalmon http://j.mp/c872OK »

FT digital strategist hints at paywall for video: “It’s certainly not a given that video should be free” http://j.mp/bM8tqm »

Stories published on the weekend are more likely to be shared on Facebook than those from the week http://j.mp/9k8AHq »

Look out, Foursquare! Facebook will allow location-sharing starting next month, @nickbilton reports http://j.mp/dhl0Io »

What ad decline? The new Vogue Turkey is 562 pages long…and 252 of them are ad pages http://j.mp/adgzZe »

“Apps for Inclusion,” a joint @FCC / @KnightFdn contest, to reward apps that ease access to civic services http://j.mp/cy56T5 »

Google dominates 88% of all searches in UK (vs. 64% in the US). Bing is about to overtake Yahoo for 2nd place http://j.mp/9NXbax »

 
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New York Focus, the Empire State–centered newsroom, aims to hold Albany accountable
“How is it possible that my state, that I’ve lived in all my life, is run like this?”
This report sees journalistic “bias” less as partisanship and more as relying on too-comfortable habits
“The first step is to accept that broad impartiality brings a stronger obligation to look.”
@nytimes is now on TikTok
“nytimes on the tok?! 🤩”