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March 16, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: NewsTrust launches a social news aggregator, C-SPAN web-ifies its video archives, Starbucks and the A.V. Club make music together

“You sleep-tweet”…and Letterman’s nine other Signs You Spend Too Much Time On Twitter »

Launched today: MyNews, @NewsTrust‘s customizable social news aggregator »

NY Observer to relaunch its Media Mob blog…as a reporter-branded product (via @fishbowlny »

We’re enjoying this conversation between @ryansholin and @10000Words: chock full of win »

Still images used to be the bedrock of visual storytelling. What will they become? Experts weigh in @NiemanStory »

Today marks the debut of A.V. Club Undercover, a cover-song-based web series sponsored by Starbucks »

Lots of useful info here: @JLab‘s “Citizen Journalist’s Guide to Open Government” »

Of news/media sites, HuffPo got the most Twitter traffic last week–followed by CNN, NYT, People mag, Google News »

Audit Bureau of Circulations modifies its definition of “digital magazine” in preparation for the iPad »

A new London-based start-up allows anyone to print their own 12-page newspaper (via @donohoe »

What would a midday TV news broadcast look like? ABC News considers the possibility »

Wonk paradise! C-Span uploads its video archives–160,000 hours of footage–to the Web (via @brianstelter »

Now streaming live: @FCC‘s presentation of its National Broadband Plan »

Facebook passed Google–just barely–as the most visited web site in the U.S. last week »

Last year, the WaPo killed its business section. This year, it’ll launch a subscription-only biz weekly »

Google exec predicts mobile ad prices could surpass what companies pay for desktop ads now »

Good morning! A Chinese registration page for Twitter is “just a matter of time” »

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