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Nov. 4, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Guardian iPhone app goes subscription, 81% of bloggers at it for two years or more, Poynter gets $50K for online course

Can you tell this new Forbes blog is "sponsored"? http://blogs.forbes.com/sap/ (via @adage) »

Top future of news tweets of the day http://nie.mn/9CpkzE »

One copy editor’s summer on a Demand Media content farm http://nie.mn/bu4V59 »

A collision of old, new, online….Jesse Eisinger of @ProPublica to write a column for @NYTimesDealBook http://nie.mn/bbrmC0 »

Some nice news for news: UK display ad market grew 34% year-over-year in Q3 http://nie.mn/axUXTg »

Public service announcement: @WSJ is looking for a graphics editor http://nie.mn/aT8ATw »

"More and more detailed info about users and their habits will probably influence the ways we tell stories" http://nie.mn/cr8T9v »

.@Poynter receives $50,000 Carnegie grant to pilot an online journalism course with up to 10 universities http://nie.mn/bIPeT4 »

Is Twitter replacing blogging? 81% of bloggers have been doing it for at least two years http://nie.mn/aHg4Nx »

There’s just something about print the morning after Election Day http://nie.mn/9gV7bD »

Want to be a local on-air TV reporter? Hone your negotiating skills http://nie.mn/9IURBd »

The Guardian is testing out recurring payments for an iPhone app, flipping to a subscription model outside the US http://nie.mn/a3kEpl »

Good morning! News Corp sees 8% profit growth, thanks to Fox News http://nie.mn/aWdLix »

 
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