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Nov. 19, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Guardian crowdsources analysis, AOL’s new strategy and advertising and lowering barriers to publishing with Twitter

FUEGO: Harvard vs. Yale! FRIO: A vuvuzela ban at "The Game" http://nie.mn/aLTKGA #BeatYale (apologies @TBD) »

Canada’s National Post: "Twitter is basically an extension of our newsroom." http://nie.mn/aNIds4 »

Apparently we need to invest in drone choppers. They may be the future of journalism http://nie.mn/cIRmW5 »

What @ev meant: Twitter "lowers the barriers to publishing almost as far as they can go." http://nie.mn/aMBlkv »

The Australian says "maybe not" to Times UK online pay model, "maybe yes" to WSJ approach http://nie.mn/9vH6bn »

They spent $9 billion and it didn’t work. AOL’s Armstrong on their new plans for content and advertising http://nie.mn/dfi4QA »

How did Mail Online become one of the most viewed news sites in the world? Editor credits Twitter & Facebook http://nie.mn/dz5fln »

News Corp’s The Daily (on iPad) will have a "tabloid sensibility with a broadsheet intelligence." For $0.99/week http://nie.mn/cj5t6j »

With the biggest set of data on British government spending the Guardian asks the crowd for help analyzing http://nie.mn/bhBG5h »

 
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