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

Links on Twitter: Yahoo’s news blog launches, HuffPost joins Foursquare, Buzzfeed gets creative with its ads

Fascinating nugget in @CJR‘s TexTrib profile http://j.mp/9Qk50Y: it’s in partnership talks with the NYT (ht @jbatsell) »

Buzzfeed tries to turn viral content into cash with custom advertorials http://j.mp/dnV6WO »

The HuffPost joins Foursquare http://j.mp/c1Nij5 »

Great resource: @NewsCloud publishes the docs involved in its @knightfdn grant process http://j.mp/b4fOUm http://j.mp/9gQu7t »

The revolution formerly known as…? Prince decides that "the Internet is completely over" http://j.mp/cTYYyz »

Quick, what do Toy Story 3 and LeBron James have in common? http://j.mp/9KV3TH »

Shirky points out a key distinction–and tension–in the paywall debates: public interest vs customer interests http://j.mp/d1Naxh »

Yahoo’s news blog officially launches today, amid some controversy about its search-data usage http://j.mp/bHfnEN »

 
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