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“Journalism moves fast…philanthropy moves slow.” Press Forward’s director wants to bring them together
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Aug. 26, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: USA Today’s ipad package “like a microsite,” WaPo runs slick video on comic book creator, Economist hopes to recreate immersive quality of print

Economist hopes to recreate the “immersive” qualities of print http://nie.mn/cEqAem »

Interesting. @Selfmadepsyche is crowdsourcing references for a job application at #b24d »

Yahoo has begun recruiting writers for a San Francisco-based local news sitehttp://nie.mn/cOWjAw »

Check out WaPo’s slick video of comic book artist Frank Cho http://nie.mn/dxZgkw (via @kzaleski @jny2) »

Attention Web editors who’ve been trying to game Digg for the last two years, new Digg is live.http://nie.mn/bwxHgD »

USA Today’s new Katrina package uses the iPad “like a microsite or a digital magazine”http://nie.mn/afTPuo »

 
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