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Sept. 24, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Times’ paywall and its blogs, WSJ Saturday edition launches, Journalism Barbie unveiled

But does she blog? Barbie gets her 125th job, journalist http://nie.mn/9ZGPlC

“Forums can be inscrutable to outsiders. And they get far less attention than the other two culture-drivers” http://nie.mn/awFkNp

Google’s Eric Schmidt: “People are willing to spend an awful lot of money on fake animals.” http://nie.mn/d8t046

Which coffee shops does Malcolm Gladwell like best? That and more in WSJ’s new weekend section http://nie.mn/adovWh

Looks like Verizon is following in AT&T’s footsteps with tiered data plans and a cap http://nie.mn/bNLYZk

Has the UK Times’ paywall killed its blogs? http://nie.mn/c6up1h

 
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