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Sept. 16, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: News of the World to go the way of the wall, Atlantic considers writer-branded apps, iPad sales cannibalizing PCs’

How web video powers global innovation: a web video http://nie.mn/9Km3Vh

When web ads go wrong. Hilariously wrong. http://nie.mn/dzYLvI (via @simonowens)

The easily distracted might be more creative than those who exercise cognitive discipl http://nie.mn/aRaJ0a

News of the World goes the way of the wall http://nie.mn/a40uoy

Toronto’s @Open_File partners with local J-school for city election coverage http://nie.mn/byabu2

Wow. Best Buy says iPad sales have cannibalized sales from laptop PCs by as much as 50% (via @zseward) http://nie.mn/aagSSn

What if ad buyers could predict web prices up to a year in advance? http://nie.mn/9XT2Nl

So this is fascinating: Atlantic Media considers apps for individual writers http://nie.mn/bvV485 (via @iwantmedia)

 
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