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Aug. 24, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: a touch-screen desktop, Google goes Guggenheim, Twitter builds a sales team

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And the $2.23M goes to…: @knightfdn announces first recipients of its Technology for Engagement initiative http://nie.mn/94RUep »

Confirmed: Twitter’s building out a sales team http://nie.mn/bcARip »

Another PSA, this one via @harrisj: @NYTimes is looking for multimedia journalism interns http://nie.mn/bGnLqc »

Public service announcement: @NPR has two Interactive Designer positions open http://nie.mn/aUATQS (via @MacDivaONA) »

Google goes Guggenheim to attract advertisers to YouTube http://nie.mn/a527LP »

Nice. @TBD‘s using Crowdmap to chart problems on the DC Metro http://nie.mn/cwCXxf (via @JLab) »

A new Apple patent could bring touch-screen technology to desktop computers http://nie.mn/c5CdTQ »

 
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