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Aug. 2, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: NYT sells its app code, Poynter crowdsources fact-checking, Androids outsell iPhones

Androids outsell iPhones in first half of 2010 http://j.mp/annLCe »

WikiLeaks editor interrogated by US border police http://j.mp/cgeGqy (via @utknightcenter) »

What do Demand Media and Congressional Democrats have in common? Google searches! http://j.mp/9Qx4WF »

NYT offers its iPhone, iPad code to other pubs…for a fee http://j.mp/bBMoLU »

True? False? You make the call! @Poynter, @newstrust experiment with crowdsourced fact-checking http://j.mp/bAqECz »

Wired to produce original, short films to be available exclusively on the iPad http://j.mp/cWDQ8U »

 
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