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Dec. 10, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Google’s new notebook doubles down on the web, 100 million new users join Twitter, Editor & Publisher tears down its paywall

SB Nation’s content strategy http://nie.mn/fZxC1F has led to 100 million monthly views http://nie.mn/f6ovwq »

Editor & Publisher removes its paywall http://nie.mn/hOeuv1 (via @mediatwit) »

Today at 2:30p EST, "the entire Gizmodo team is on hand to answer your questions and fix your problems" http://nie.mn/hq5DvC »

Facebook as narrative: Check out the WaPo’s experiment http://nie.mn/gLFjbf »

What can #newgawker teach web publishers about maximizing readership and revenue? http://nie.mn/icGswP »

A periodic table of the elements…of HTML5 http://nie.mn/f7oQYq (via @MacDivaONA) »

Today in dataviz porn: Using Google Maps to track foreclosures http://nie.mn/ePo8UL (via @TheAtlanticTech) »

Pop quiz! What do Billy Idol, Tiger Woods, and Cher have in common? http://nie.mn/hN7DSA »

iPad survey: for 84% of respondents, breaking news and current events are the most popular news types http://nie.mn/eWhQBZ »

Meet Google’s new Cr-48: a notebook that relies on the web for all its software applications http://nie.mn/eojytv »

It’s not just the connection; it’s the information. @Mathewi on a day spent without a smartphone http://nie.mn/eJdnSu »

In October 2010, nearly 40% of all display ads in the UK were placed on social networking sites http://nie.mn/g4kpa2 »

 
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