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May 3, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: NYT sees engagement like a moat, HuffPo hiring a social news editor, New Yorker online hopes to drive readers to print

Curating “social media signals” just got easier: Starting tomorrow, tweets will be embeddable http://j.mp/aBBTUn »

“Daddy, where do memes come from?” Don’t miss @ethanz‘s awesome #ROFLcon notes http://j.mp/96Cp2n »

Will @Ning launch its own version of AdSense tomorrow? Answer: nope! @TechCrunch updates its post (thx, @pkafka) http://j.mp/bnVI9Z »

The New Yorker’s web editor on branding and business: the site is a “consistent generator of subscriptions” http://j.mp/929wKp»

Will @Ning launch its own version of AdSense tomorrow? @TechCrunch makes a case http://j.mp/bnVI9Z »

Public service announcement: @huffingtonpost is hiring an associate social news editor http://j.mp/1rE9Hk »

“Authentic” should be retired, says @asmartbear. So should “powerful,” “simple,” “disruptive.” Agree? http://j.mp/bDEOPU »

Google’s BumpTop acquisition: a sign that a 3-D multi-touch tablet interface is on the way? http://j.mp/bRmL8l »

Rethinking our headlines: Articles with sexual references in titles are shared more frequently on Facebook http://j.mp/cI3Ja2 »

What do we “want” online? Living Social picks up vc funding for “manufacturing serendipity” that creates demand http://j.mp/aeFztv »

NYT SVP of digital ops says engagement is an “essential moat around which our defenses are based” http://j.mp/coq7r0 »

 
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