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April 23, 2010, 5:56 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Should Google worry about Facebook?, Denton claims no cash from Gizmodo coup, WaPo responds to privacy questions

The Faster Times takes a page from “chose your own adventure” books, lets readers guide reporters http://j.mp/cZ44yJ »

WaPo’s managing editor responds to concerns about Facebook integration and privacy. “We don’t keep any of this data” http://j.mp/bznTL2 »

Top ten YouTube videos about women in tech, from Flickr cofounder to a computer science college student http://j.mp/9osBB9 »

Nick Denton of Gawker media says the Gizmodo iPhone blockbuster drew “no immediate revenue benefits whatsoever” http://j.mp/aFDDVL »

Facebook is getting smarter. Could that be bad for Google? http://j.mp/cZd7Sj »

 
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