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June 28, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: HuffPo launches citizen journalism-driven concert blog, Project Canvas gets the green light, Poynter makes a tech-to-journ dictionary

AOL’s SXSW project, extended version: HuffPo launches a citizen journ-driven concert blog http://j.mp/bsrXfp »

How to talk tech: @jenny8lee‘s useful glossary of journogeek terminology http://j.mp/aPiCZS »

Rolling Stone criticized for its web strategy on McChrystal scoop, but at the newsstands it’s doing great http://j.mp/a99yLf »

Project Canvas (the UK’s web-connected, on-demand TV platform) is green-lighted and expected to launch in 2011 http://j.mp/ansF7s »

Pageviews, on the wane? MSNBC.com’s new single-page redesign places its bets on large, customizable ads http://j.mp/9JCFGt »

Digg founder says Google soon to launch a Facebook competitor called "Google Me" http://j.mp/aj9brT »

PolitiFact Rhode Island joins the fact-checking project’s network of state sites http://j.mp/bMgRy0 »

 
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