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Aug. 18, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Social networking advertising soars, AOL to award 25 grants, what does mobile mean?

What does mobile mean? Fight brews between developers, Apple http://j.mp/a4Q53l »

Great job opportunity: @CaliforniaWatch & @CIRonline are looking for a Director of Web Strategy http://j.mp/d9xTKg »

So this is awesome: @NPR releases hour-by-hour, platform-by-platform engagement stats http://j.mp/9aOqYG »

AOL to award 25 grants of $25K to “tomorrow’s ground breakers and visionaries”–journos included http://j.mp/bLbMtB (via @AmandaRMichel»

The @chr1sa consumption strategy: “At this point, my media diet reflects what actually seems to make my life better.” http://j.mp/cjBPQb »

Social network advertising soars, expected to hit $3.3 billion this year (via @iwantmedia) http://j.mp/aBpB1Y »

 
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