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Dec. 15, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: So you want to be a freelancer, avoiding Twitter silos, Colbert’s retweet-itude

Meet Sourcerer, Medill’s new “context management system” http://nie.mn/gjsdcb »

Interesting stuff from @mathewi: Bit.ly bundles now allow for hyper-personalized wikis http://nie.mn/dI6A4f »

Stephen Colbert had the most retweeted tweet of 2010. @biz presented him with an award. Hilarity ensued. http://nie.mn/feFLFU »

Almost as good as http://nie.mn/eWQpNa: “So You Want to Be a (Freelance) Journalist” http://nie.mn/fxGgad »

Beautiful visualization of 2005-2009 census data from the NYT http://nie.mn/f79PVw »

“Automatic speech transcription will become fast, free, and decent.” @Mthomps predicts “the Speakularity” http://nie.mn/gjeCCs »

In 1983, “The Computer” was TIME’s “Machine of the Year” http://nie.mn/egjOCR (via @ckanal) »

Later today, Netflix will host an API webinar that is somehow connected to the iconic sitcom “Growing Pains.” http://nie.mn/eHzRDm »

AP CEO: “We’re giving careful study to a paid iPad app and what it should look like.” http://nie.mn/hMO2er (via @romenesko) »

Data from @timoreilly: ebooks represent 84% of units sold from oreilly.com, 76% of revenue. For pbooks: 15% and 21% http://nie.mn/hLLoN9 »

.@ethanz on silos: “If you want Twitter to act as a cultural bridge, you need people to take on that bridging function” http://nie.mn/h5tnRv »

Twitter has launched a form that lets companies express interest in purchasing promotions http://nie.mn/hvzE3W »

 
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