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Oct. 22, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: 63% of iPad users download paid apps, digital coupons created jumps 60%, one way to engage on Twitter

One way to engage on Twitter–when you’re @THE_REAL_SHAQ http://nie.mn/bhhSzU »

During Toronto’s mayoral election, National Post will use Foursquare as a tool for mobile exit-polling http://nie.mn/9vaaRP »

Hearst opens the "App Lab," with 20 staffers working on magazine apps http://nie.mn/9C8AFP »

Great company! RT @digiphile: @mediatwit Matched w/ @digidave @niemanlab @mathewi & @ryansholin? Pretty complimentary. Even complementary ;) »

How to use @ProPublica’s new “Dollars for Docs” database http://nie.mn/9Yoc3V »

Digital coupons created jumps 60% in 2010, but they make up only 1% of coupons overall http://nie.mn/bT3tv »

A case for why journalists should play and discuss newsgames http://nie.mn/cl6dcZ »

BBC Backstage, the org’s platform for independent developers, is set to close after 5 years of operation http://nie.mn/aM2y1Z (via @Hermida) »

Defense Department braces itself as WikiLeaks prepares for another large document drop http://nie.mn/cftHdg »

Geo-targeted coupons, mobile social, click-to-call, etc.: A peek into Google’s future mobile strategy http://nie.mn/9WBEWV »

"Mobile Magazines" Real Eats, Wave Lines and Wide Screen staffing up for launch http://nie.mn/bXC6Jw »

Curating the narrative: Ten ways journalists can use @Storify http://nie.mn/chNTHe »

Here come the mags: The top 25 US Magazines based on Twitter followers http://nie.mn/9Wue0Z »

A billionaire and former KGB man is starting a new daily newspaper in London called "i" http://nie.mn/b8P8sV »

63% of iPad users have downloaded paid apps–and 45% of them have bought news apps http://nie.mn/cuQXX3 »

 
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