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Spanish-language misinformation is flourishing — and often hidden. Is help on the way?
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June 11, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: your brain on web, tweetbeat filters the Twitterverse, FT begins putting its blogs behind the wall

Interesting. @davewiner has built subtext–literally–into his blog posts http://j.mp/9rZEVb (cc: #futureofcontext»

RT @brianstelter: RT @kvox: I’m all in w/@nickbilton’s line on this. ‘the web is the quintessential place to learn’: http://nyti.ms/cc3wiH »

The FT has begun moving its blogs behind its paywall http://j.mp/bvkV4z »

This is your brain on web: Steven Pinker weighs in (via @palafo) http://j.mp/cvVf0j »

Tweetbeat brings semantic search technology to Twitter–just in time for the World Cup http://j.mp/aVKP1l »

 
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