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March 11, 2010, 6 p.m.

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What Buzz should have been? Aol launches Lifestream as a standalone product http://j.mp/aWYzxa »

Latte analytics: Foursquare and Starbucks join forces http://j.mp/aQB7Uq »

Startups and hypergrowth: How much success is too much success? http://j.mp/9AgWco (via @nytimesbits»

“Google obviously thinks that providing the best local results possible is the future for a large number of its services” http://j.mp/aUWmuS »

The latest episode of “Breaking the New News” is up: @cshirky on scarcity and abundance in journalism http://j.mp/aBkgWT »

 
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