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May 26, 2010, 6:30 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Bay Citizen launches in SF, Apple faces antitrust inquiry, FT faces the twilight of print,

Missed this week’s #tcdisrupt? Bummed about it? Console yourself with the conf’s extensive video library »

Congratulations to Nieman’s newest class of fellows! »

Fascinating: “responsive architecture” and web design (via @drewvigal) »

Thanks! RT @blanket: Big cheers to @NiemanLab for featuring @berkmancenter talks this week! »

Wired’s iPad app is coming to the iTunes store…with Adobe »

HuffPo president and CRO says the aggregator is on track to double ad sales this year »

AOL now employs 4,000 journalists (but only 500 are full-time) »

“We’re going to have a situation where if you pay us X dollars, you can have us in any form you like.” »

Within five years, FT parent company exec says, the paper will have “exited print in substantial part” »

Can @TheBayCitizen, launching today, find a way to make cross-level media partnerships beneficial and sustainable? »

.@hackshackers started as a SF-based Meetup group, @burtherman says; it now has 600 members worldwide (via @jayrosen_nyu) »

Looks like Apple’s facing an antitrust inquiry about its online music practices »

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The Kansas City Defender is a nonprofit news site for young Black audiences across the Midwest
“We do advocate against the racist function of policing, [but] we focus equally on being present in the community, doing poetry nights, basketball park takeovers, and other community-building, life-affirming activities.”
Cable news has a much bigger effect on America’s polarization than social media, study finds
“Compared to online audiences, partisan TV news consumers tend not to stray too far from their narrow sets of preferred news sources.”
Doing a little word puzzle as the world burns
“I started playing word games as a way to stop reading the news first thing in the morning.”