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Aug. 20, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Carnegie/Paley talk news innovation, The Awl goes old-media, WSJ has (good!) jobs open

This report (pdf), newly released from @CarnegieCorp and @PaleyCenter, is brimming with wisdom about news’ new direction http://j.mp/dgbQ8O »

Congrats to @dweinberger, who’ll be overseeing intriguing new projects as co-director of Harvard Law School’s Library Lab http://j.mp/cRBc4Q »

This week in fact-checking: takes from @NYTimes http://j.mp/bRYsYS, @CJR http://j.mp/93j37y, us http://j.mp/dtI2dQ »

“If Hot Potato was going to sell to anyone, Facebook was the natural choice.” http://j.mp/9gwBEH »

For those keeping score, our fave Demand Media-ism so far is this: “Buying ointment in bulk can save you lots of money.” http://j.mp/cnbd6g »

Nice background for @poynter‘s look http://j.mp/cfosDa at longform: @niemanstory‘s Q&A with the proprietor of @longreads http://j.mp/9rxqIj »

Public service announcement: @WSJ has 4 editor/writer jobs open http://j.mp/9QqTyD (ht @gabosama»

The Awl goes old media: Rich People Things coming out in hardcover http://j.mp/cBWxzS »

 
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