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Dec. 22, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: FCC begins open internet apps contest, how to build a better Groupon and giving up anonymous comments

For the mobile journalist: Webster’s dictionary app now lets you speak to it to look up words http://nie.mn/dGFkoB »

Maine newspaper commits to ending anonymous comments, requiring full names in 2011 http://nie.mn/hHpf0q »

Best innovations of 2010? Gourmet Live app, TBD’s community engagement team and Pop Sugar’s Retail Therapy http://nie.mn/gzCTht »

Attention newspapers (and entrepreneurs): Want to build a better Groupon? Here’s a few suggestions http://nie.mn/hn8YgR »

Regret the Error looks back on 2010: Cooks Source takes the prize, plus a year in corrections http://nie.mn/eiimdT »

Newspapers pulled ahead of broadcaster for minutes of streamed video in late 2010, survey says http://nie.mn/gHniK2 »

A case against content partnerships: Do big and small news sites really need each other? http://nie.mn/ejq8gh »

With ad dollars flowing their way, is the future of local news local TV? http://nie.mn/h2lzlu »

The price is (apparently) right: iPad users say news and magazine apps are appropriately priced http://nie.mn/e65WnK »

Here’s Chirpstory, the newest tool for curating and storytelling through Twitter http://nie.mn/eS9QaQ»

FCC’s Open Internet Apps Challenge calls on developers to make tools for better understanding of the web http://nie.mn/hQ4BvY »

New survey finds most of you really, really can’t live without high speed Internet http://nie.mn/eEvjoB »

 
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