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June 22, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: TimesOpen releases API logos, USA Today’s iPad ad prospects look better than expected, Twitter may soon have color-coding

Per http://j.mp/9gnuNc, Rolling Stone editor tells @CJR he has no regrets about the McChrystal story’s to-the-web timing http://j.mp/9BMcLH »

Attribution–hint, hint–made easy: @timesopen releases API logos http://j.mp/9pzwR2 »

Google, Twitter go to bat for Theflyonthewall, which beats banks to spreading info, arguing a news time lag is “obsolete” http://j.mp/9Uhjvn »

Canadian author Alanna Mitchell wins $75,000 Grantham Prize for excellence in environmental reporting http://j.mp/dA7G7S »

Ad prospects look better for USA Today on iPad than previously thought, Ganett VP of mobile strategy says http://j.mp/9sb0zw »

Could the next generation of Twitter filtering be…color-coding? http://j.mp/cKeCNT »

Via @mediagazer, MediaNews will begin paywall trials in July http://j.mp/dkljBs »

 
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