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Nov. 9, 2010, 3:26 p.m.

Popular on Twitter: Mark Luckie held at ransom, Deal Book is new and improved, Shirky on paywalls

[Early every afternoon Eastern time, we’ll be highlighting the most-talked-about links in the future-of-news corner of Twitter. What are news nerds buzzing about? Here are today’s top 10, gathered via The Hourly Press. It’s like being on Twitter all day, without actually having to be on Twitter all day. —Josh]

  • Clay Shirky on newsletters and paywall economics
  • Holding the powerful accountable through Q&A
  • Northwestern’s Medill is going on a hiring bender
  • Protected speech and criticizing your boss
  • The wholesaling vs. retailing worlds of nonprofit news
  • WaPo promotes its iPad app with newsroom stars
  • Join Columbia for an all-star media panel
  • NYT’s DealBook is new, improved and very cool
  • Mark Luckie is held at ransom
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