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Nov. 3, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Facebook mobile explodes, WaPo thinks hyperlocal, holograms FTW

The power of the sensational story: Deadspin hits 224% of its October traffic target http://nie.mn/9A5KcM (via @romenesko) »

Pandora founder on entrepreneurship: trusting in ideas, building the right team, and "keeping it human" http://nie.mn/9Ohtdy »

"Holographic communication," which is exactly what you think it is, is on its way http://nie.mn/byHOm2 (via @on_the_media) »

RT @jennydeluxe: Zuck says Facebook 3x the number of mobile users in the last year to 200mm — bigger than the iPhone and Android platforms »

Sesame Street satirizes Apple: "If you want to comb your cat…there’s an app for that!" http://nie.mn/cwyZwl »

@dbenk That would be WinerLinks http://nie.mn/awdiOG, named for graf-level link pioneer @davewiner http://nie.mn/aowe7B »

Jersey Shore’s Pauly D is leading People mag’s "Sexiest Man Alive" vote on Facebook. Please insert your own punchline. http://nie.mn/ahBrVH »

Google TV exec: Broadcasters "misunderstand" the role of its online TV platform http://nie.mn/arAyAl »

WaPo may be planning a new crop of sites that are "even more ‘micro’" than Patch http://nie.mn/arqKmX »

.@HuffingtonPost‘s live-blog of last night’s election returns drew over 30,000 user comments http://nie.mn/c77sDQ »

 
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