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April 6, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: A digital native discovers the iPad, orgs team up to help journos report the stimulus, WaPo adds a conservative news blog

Well, this is just amazing: a 2.5-year-old uses an iPad for the first time (via @jennydeluxehttp://j.mp/9Tdd8P »

Chase Bank paid $1 million to sponsor NYT’s iPad app http://j.mp/av6Enk »

Nice! @ProPublica, @APME, @sunfoundation team up to help journos make sense of stimulus data http://j.mp/bJQVxF »

WaPo launches new conservative politics blog, adding @daveweigel, another young reporter-blogger, to its online team http://j.mp/cVYEnH »

Combatting claims it manipulates data for paying businesses, Yelp now lets you see user comments it deleted http://j.mp/aSd4Fq »

Check out Nieman Reports latest issue. It’s on the future of photography http://j.mp/aG9vpt »

More details of the HP Slate, the Windows 7-based tablet, have leaked http://j.mp/8ZAGBY »

 
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