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July 1, 2010, 6:09 p.m.

Links on Twitter: 70% of young Kenyans use social media, Xinhua launches English TV Channel, Apple launches iAds

Apple’s interactive iAds are starting to appear http://j.mp/cR8Dkk »

Public service announcement: our friends @c4fcm are looking for an outreach coordinatorhttp://j.mp/bstKCN »

“Soft power,” pushing hard: in more Xinhua news, the agency’s moving into Times Squarehttp://j.mp/9KsUP4 »

Conde Nast resurrects Domino magazine as part of Brides.com http://j.mp/bzdzdZ »

China’s state-run Xinhua launches global English TV channel to present news “with a China perspective” http://j.mp/cOFwSR »

70% of young Kenyans use social media, 80% have mobile phones – only 50% have an indoor toilet #activate2010 »

 
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