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June 21, 2010, 6:50 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Media industry loses $1.5 billion on social media, Capital launches, CNN drops AP

CNN says dropping AP content will make its journalists more “collaborative”http://j.mp/bMj0Ih »

Virgin America teams up with Klout to offer free flights to Twitter influencershttp://j.mp/anHl0d »

Droid Sans, made easy: Google Font API simplifies custom web typographyhttp://j.mp/conHWk »

@CaliforniaWatch launches Politics Verbatim, a searchable repository of primary-source data on the CA gov race http://j.mp/9e7DoX »

NY-centric site Capital launches in beta, says its success hinges on an “extraordinary community” http://j.mp/aS3bIc (via @mlcalderone»

Media industry has lost $1.5 billion on social networking sites (via @iwantmedia)http://j.mp/dtamFC »

 
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