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March 2, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: FT’s online subscriptions jump 15% in 2009, Netflix queries users on streaming to iPhone, Yahoo News reopens comments

After a three-year(!) hiatus, Yahoo News is once again open to commenters. http://bit.ly/aHGJX2(via @agolis»

@StoweBoyd launches “Hotbed,” a True/Slant blog focused on NYC’s tech-startup explosionhttp://bit.ly/aeC7QP (via @codybrown) »

Over the next ten months, AOL plans to pump up to $50 million into its hyperlocal site network Patch http://j.mp/9S9inf »

Netflix wants to know if you would watch a streaming movie or TV show on your iPhonehttp://j.mp/d9nwy9 »

In 2009 the FT’s paid online subscriptions increased 15% to 126,000 users and 750 corporate licences http://j.mp/99RSZr »

 
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