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May 5, 2010, 6:35 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Murdoch on the iPad v. Kindle, superlatives do well on Facebook, Time revenue up in Q1

Most shareable Facebook words: superlatives like "best" and "most" do well, "why" and "how" also popular http://j.mp/clagPo »

Heartening: Time Inc.’s revenue and subscriptions up in the first three months of 2010 http://j.mp/aOnFAz »

National Journal Group prepares to fight Politico in front of its paywall, new Atlantic site to launch this fall http://j.mp/bH2obN »

WSJ iPad update with context: 64,000 users have downloaded the app once. 3,200 have paid http://j.mp/buCUUw (h/t @thejqs) »

Murdoch on WSJ’s 64,000 iPad users: “Unlike the Kindle, we keep 100% of the revenue from the iPad.” http://j.mp/bBJDz4 »

Google Ventures invests in app that tries to predict the future http://j.mp/caau4H »

 
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