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March 25, 2010, 6:08 p.m.

Links on Twitter: WSJ iPad edition priced $17.99 per month, things look up for radio, Photoshop unveils new tool

We’re still amazed at Photoshop’s content-aware fill. WOW. Just, wow. »

“Another indication that the digital industry’s out-of-the-chutes growth is based on many first-generation practices” »

Google’s policy director says US should consider withholding aid for countries that restrict web access »

Smart phone usage surges 193% over last year, mobile internet devices like the iPod touch increased 400% »

Monocle mag to launch a 24-hour radio show later this year (via @semmerson) »

EveryBlock launches in Portland, days after the release of city data sets »

Good news for the radio industry, a hard hit media sector in 2009. Analysts predict several years of growth ahead »

A must-read on Barclays, via @citmedialaw: “the most detailed analysis I’ve seen of the case,” @jbenton says »

@jayrosen_nyu It’s more about trend-solidification, I’d say: the move represents a double-down on collaboration, multimedia, community. »

Comcast to offer free wifi hotspot zones in NYC for paying ISP customers »

Coke, FedEx, others to advertise on WSJ’s iPad edition–at $400,000 for a 4-month pkg (via @zseward »

Now streaming live: CPB’s announcement of its move to fund local reporting projects »

The NAA quietly posts its Q4 2009 revenue numbers; they show “no particular relief from the downtrend” »

The WSJ’s iPad edition will cost $17.99 a month, the paper reports »

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