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Oct. 4, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Facebook introduces lifetime ad deals, how to be a data journalist, Conde Nast tries on-demand vido

New news cycle? Post stories to Facebook in the AM, retweet on Twitter in the PM http://nie.mn/cDqHbv

Conde Nast tries its hand at on-demand video as a new source of revenue http://nie.mn/cBZuJU

Sure we all know about Newsweek and The Atlantic Tumblrs, but here are 12 media Tumblrs worth a look http://nie.mn/aiLeLV

Best of the NY Mag feature on cable news wars http://nie.mn/a0D1L1

.@USCAnnenberg launches hyperlocal, multilingual site focused on community-building (via @SavetheNews) http://nie.mn/caQgul

“it is obvious that the iPad form factor makes people feel warm and cuddly” http://nie.mn/bkRpn

“How to Be a Data Journalist”: @Guardian provides an awesome 4-step guide http://nie.mn/aaLyfb

From painting to music-making: 10 ways people are using iPads to create content http://nie.mn/aELK6a

Facebook introduces lifetime budgets for ad campaigns http://nie.mn/d6bHKz

 
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