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Nov. 15, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: White House hires privacy czar, Murdoch says apps “cannibalize” the web, Slate wonders how data can change the world

How can data change the world? @Slate wants your ideas http://nie.mn/d3Yj9Z »

You can place your bid for Apple’s first computer here http://nie.mn/ddbYFW »

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Comments, free samples and getting people to come to a subscriber news site http://nie.mn/9WM2Ue »

Content farming pays better than selling oranges off the freeway http://nie.mn/cFFppF »

Survey: 84% of people streaming the Internet on TV sets are watching the same amount of regular TV http://nie.mn/9W8lYv »

Age-old question, should a blog have something for everyone…or should there be a blog for each of us? http://nie.mn/aAfdSh »

British Twitter community launches "Sparticus-style fightback against legal attempts to clamp down" http://nie.mn/cu7hxB »

Murdoch: "problem with the apps is that they are much more directly cannibalistic of the print products" http://nie.mn/aMzri1 »

Local broadcasters wary of Patch, start looking for new revenue streams http://nie.mn/ajGKYv »

Why a privacy czar? White House report says online ad industry’s self regulating isn’t enough http://nie.mn/cinUce »

Yahoo adds 400,000 new voices to its site http://nie.mn/cYCAQ7 »

 
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