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May 6, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Playboy to launch “free, safe-for-work site,” Slate reports revenue growth for Q1, first non-latin web addresses go live with Arabic script

Well, this is pretty tremendous: Wikipedia now lets you create custom books from its huge bank of free content http://j.mp/ajcXbf »

Turn your iPad into a laptop…minus the mouse (via @davewinerhttp://j.mp/aqo2hb »

How government can engage young people online: @zephoria shares smart thoughts with @digiphile http://j.mp/9RGXFU »

New Hampshire Supreme Court upholds free speech rights for online news sites http://j.mp/cscQvA »

Collaboration, location-based edition: @Mashable adds trending topics with @bing maps http://j.mp/a6HVki »

Students “don’t make fine distinctions between news and more personal information” http://j.mp/bTKAxq »

“Silicon Valley may be the place you bring your revolution…but the revolution itself is (apparently) hatched elsewhere” http://j.mp/drmuu6 »

Not a joke: Playboy to launch “free, safe-for-work site” called TheSmokingJacket.com http://j.mp/bM5NJp »

The iPad effect? Last summer, netbook market was growing by 641%; this spring, growth slowed to 5% http://j.mp/cboqfR »

Global Voices Citizen Media Summit: livestreamed, blogged, Flickred, tweeted (#gv2010http://j.mp/dtdJnF »

‘Historic’ day as first non-latin web addresses go live with Arabic script; Chinese, Thai, Tamil to follow http://j.mp/c6vpc5 »

Slate reports 30% ad revenue growth in first quarter of 2010 http://j.mp/aQG6Op »

RT @digiphile: You can’t do print *then* Web any more, said John Meacham. “You’ve got to flp that.” The CSM did, in 2008. @NiemanLab: http://j.mp/aiUMVK »

Best of timing, worst of timing: Newsweek editor appears on The Daily Show, touts need for digital-first approach http://j.mp/9nPcAZ »

Yahoo takes shot at Google with its “make Yahoo your home page” ad campaign http://j.mp/c5J8MD »

 
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“Journalism moves fast…philanthropy moves slow.” Press Forward’s director wants to bring them together
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