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Oct. 12, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: FT iPad app makes money, BGov may go to the states, Cox unleashes DealSwarm

Public service announcement: WaPo is looking for a Senior Software Engineer http://nie.mn/9oX4So »

Election night news stream: ABC News will stream mid-term election night coverage on Facebook http://nie.mn/duzogZ »

Tablet Heavy: News publishers planning apps for Android tablets, BlackBerry Playbook http://nie.mn/9bxozG »

If Bloomberg Government is successful, expect to see a state-level data and information service http://nie.mn/crhvCC »

Are magazine iPad apps walled off gardens when it comes to interactivity? http://nie.mn/9aGLiU »

Cox Media unleashes DealSwarm, a daily online discount competitor to Groupon http://nie.mn/aOWYYe »

Is social gaming the next step for media companies? http://nie.mn/a4IqYH »

“I think the golden era is ahead of us.” .@burtherman on Hacks/Hackers, Storify and the future http://nie.mn/b52onb »

As Twitter continues its advertising push, a tool for local business ads is expected next year http://nie.mn/c77SfS »

FT’s iPad app is raking in some dough (1 million pounds or $1.58 million) http://nie.mn/bnymVm »

Twitter users love links: The clickthrough rate crushes Facebook http://nie.mn/9Yedlx »

Staples of old yellow journalism are the same as new: “sex; crime; and, even better, sex crime” http://nie.mn/bM2dq7 »

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