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Sept. 23, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Twitter to launch an analytics dashboard, Journal Register partners with, Block by Block conference streaming live

Some neat graphics on the state of the blogosphere

Couldn’t make the Block by Block conference in Chicago? Catch it streaming live

Hearst puts some skin in the game, offers “financial rewards” for employees whose ideas go into development

Huffington on Downie slam: “We need to stop pretending that we can somehow hop into a journalistic Way Back Machine”

Facebook signed on to Nielsen experiment meant to improve data given to online advertisers

Journal Register teams up with to launch a Philly-centric portal

Len Downie says HuffPo draws traffic from “titillating gossip and sex”

Forbes gets a Facelift

Twitter will launch a real-time analytics dashboard later this year

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