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Links on Twitter: Traffic after a paywall, thanks hacks/hackers, a genius Venn diagram

Smart thoughts on community engagement and education from The Rapidian’s @dennetmint (via @mayerjoy) »

We didn’t think a Venn diagram could ever merge (LeBron James) and (rhyming couplets). We were wrong. (via @jenny8lee) »

"This changed relationship with the wider world": @emilybell at the launch of @columbiajourn‘s Tow Center »

Thanks to everyone who joined us for @HacksHackers last night at the Lab. Great to meet so many of you in person! »

PSA for data hogs (no judgment!): Verizon ushering in tiered plans »

Local newspaper sees a traffic bump AFTER putting up a paywall »

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