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Oct. 26, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Politico’s new subscription service, National Journal on winning the morning and tips for using QR codes

One in 5 UK visitors to the Times of London site has viewed content behind the paywall http://nie.mn/96NWak »

Reading without clutter: Designing news for mobile http://nie.mn/9n633Q »

The Future of News is 3D! At least it was one night in Japan… http://nie.mn/aLJPy7 »

Congrats to winners of the Philadelphia Enterprise Reporting Awards! 14 reporting projects are about to get underway http://nie.mn/9ufZBH »

5 Ways journalists can use QR codes (Plus @webbmedia QR game at #ONA10) http://nie.mn/bAByow »

You can buy an Android tablet for $99 at Walgreens.com http://nie.mn/9ao373 (via @newsycombinator) »

Seattle Times and KING-TV creating online ad network for local blogs http://nie.mn/aCKwqL »

National Journal Editor-in-Chief Ron Fournier wants to win the morning, afternoon, overnight…http://nie.mn/dihq8e »

BoingBoing dials back on original video creation, focuses on curation http://nie.mn/a09ybt »

McKinsey to begin phasing out its premium-content paywall for McKinsey Quarterly http://nie.mn/cRSDJ4 (via @jen_mcfadden) »

Politico plans to launch a subscription-only news service http://nie.mn/aZbhgz »

 
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