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May 7, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Al-Jazeera may soon broadcast in Turkish, your phone will be able to talk to your TV, Facebook VP answers privacy Qs via the NYT

We sincerely hope that, somehow, this the future of news http://j.mp/d5BzMF »

RT @NiemanReports: Or their twitter icon? RT @NiemanLab: Say what you will about Newsweek…but don’t forget their Tumblr http://j.mp/91WdbW »

Gratuitous. Also, brilliant. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off played out in real time on Twitter, Foursquare http://j.mp/ataXvG »

Crowdsourcing catastrophe: Louisiana Bucket Bridgade launches Ushahidi tool to visualize oil spill http://j.mp/9RCPUh (via @mashable) »

News nerds only: great Q&A with journalism prof Michael Schudson on the fate of “journalistic democracy” (via @CJR) http://j.mp/aVeVKY »

TV continues to be the dominant media platform in China: the results of @nielsenwire‘s “three-screen” study http://j.mp/caKrqS »

Al-Jazeera “is giving serious thought” to implementing a Turkish-language broadcast http://j.mp/b2vkx3 »

Your phone will be able to talk to your flatscreen TV, soon enough http://j.mp/cSleJI »

NYT invites users to ask privacy-related questions of Facebook’s public policy VP http://j.mp/bRLHWc »

Latitude, Google’s location-based platform, will likely add a check-in component to its service http://j.mp/cxCXuu »

 
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