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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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