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Aug. 13, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: NewsCorp’s mobile outlet, an African Wikileaks, Digg vs. Google News

"The tensions between widespread participation and expert judgment": @laheadle on the difference btw Digg, Google News http://j.mp/afU9Nz »

Proposed: Of FB movie parodies, Twitter’s trailer http://j.mp/ckpB9Q is funnier than MySpace http://j.mp/a66UgZ, YouTube http://j.mp/9axRDq »

"The reporter sent me back one word that was all caps: FASCINATING. I became extremely scared." @niemanstory on freelance http://j.mp/aBzFxu »

Congrats Melissa Ludtke, editor of @niemanreports, who won a Yankee Quill Award http://j.mp/bFNr3R »

A niche Wikileaks: Sahara Reporters publishes docs exposing corruption in the Nigerian government http://j.mp/aURTdx »

An anonymous blogger reports Mexican drug-war news that other media are pressured to ignore http://j.mp/anmagU (via @nytjim) »

News Corp is developing a national newspaper to be available as mobile-only paid content http://j.mp/aRL7TR (via @romenesko) »

 
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