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Oct. 1, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Reuters revamps comments, FT to create niche site, Giles to retire

Attention Chicago hackers: you can still register for Media Consortium’s hackathon ($1K prize!) http://nie.mn/9IBfkU

Financial Times spin-off “FC Tilt” to focus on emerging markets and tap online community http://nie.mn/an0gaj

Sydney Morning Herald parent company launches monthly subscription app for news http://nie.mn/aHZdl0

Got a startup idea? Apply for one of @Poynter‘s two new Promise Prizes–$10K each! http://nie.mn/bdy8fQ

Media conference season is upon us, so where’s the focus on mobile media? http://nie.mn/cDdhnH

Forecast says local online advertising in the US will jump 26 percent, up to $20 billion in 2010 http://nie.mn/9LB9Ua

Fearless leader: Congratulations to the Nieman Foundation’s curator Bob Giles on his retirement! You’ll be missed! http://nie.mn/cSi2ET

New Reuters comment process “grants a kind of VIP status” to certain commenters http://nie.mn/cyyPnK

 
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