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Sept. 22, 2010, 6:03 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Denton’s win, Twitter’s ad plan, NYT’s digital ad gains

John Cook on his return to Gawker: “I think Nick Denton is going to win the Internet.” http://nie.mn/aIWAMw

Valuable addition to @CJR: The Launch Pad asks new media publishers to blog about their startup experiences http://nie.mn/bgZTjC

“You might drop in to check out the blog and then ten minutes later find yourself reading an interview from 1978.” http://nie.mn/aYW8nI

.@Wikipedia has a new pilot feature inviting readers to offer feedback on article quality http://nie.mn/cYRe6n

Why is Facebook blue? Because Zuck is colorblind http://nie.mn/cvYQGN (via @on_the_media)

Thinking about starting your own nonprofit news org? Check out J-Lab’s step-by-step guide http://nie.mn/bieyTg

Twitter has plans to start showing you ads based on who you follow http://nie.mn/deDjng

NYT Co. expects digital advertising revenues to increase around 14% in Q3 http://nie.mn/coH2MR

 
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After criticism over “viewpoint diversity,” NPR adds new layers of editorial oversight
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