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Postcards and laundromat visits: The Texas Tribune audience team experiments with IRL distribution
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July 12, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Google’s app-making app, Newsweek’s loss/Tumblr’s gain, NPR’s blogtastic API

For your Instapaper queue: “How journalists create myths and legends, not least about themselves” http://j.mp/a4phIe »

You saw the auditions http://j.mp/av64KX…now see the cast list: JRC has selected its ideaLab staff http://j.mp/apJ5bS »

Remember Newsweek’s Tumblr guy? http://j.mp/91WdbW He’s leaving the mag to work for…Tumblr http://j.mp/c7Eo5P »

Desperate times, etc.: Detroit papers team up to launch the aggregation site Michigan.com (via @jeffjarvis) http://j.mp/9Xz6YQ »

ESPN’s World Cup coverage generated 499 million pageviews http://j.mp/99yhfP »

All of NPR’s blogs–35, with 30,000 posts–are now available on its API http://j.mp/aGasGY »

Cloud watching: how the UK Telegraph has benefited from outsourcing its web operations http://j.mp/98ue0x »

The logic of Legos: Google launches DIY app tool “to enable people to become creators, not just consumers” http://j.mp/b5g8o0 »

 
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