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June 18, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Ushaihidi helps create a bike map, Facebook’s revenue neared $800 million, TV users also use Web simultaneously

Nearly 40% of people use TV and the web simultaneously each week http://j.mp/d0W9wm »

Per Reuters, Facebook’s ’09 revenue neared $800 million (via @carr2nhttp://j.mp/azSiyL »

Nice. Ushahidi helps create a map of Manhattan biking info (via @kenyanpundit)http://j.mp/bIg8MV »

RT @pkafka: @NiemanLab no, not really http://j.mp/8X9qaJ »

Is YouTube up to a hush-hush local media project? http://j.mp/b7DcYz »

Per @Romenesko‘s story http://j.mp/cVSRWh on the Union-Tribune hiring: here’s the job description. It’s a doozy. http://j.mp/9AMPn1 »

 
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