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Links on Twitter: WikiLeaks and an open web, designing for the iPad, NPR and the moon

So, this is awesome: Neil Armstrong emails @NPR to shed more light on his moon walk »

From DocumentCloud to The Onion’s mobile app: @RWW‘s production editor lists the top 8 journalism apps of 2010 »

“It turns out that peer review is being done on blogs.” »

In NYC this Saturday? Interested in what WikiLeaks means to Internet freedom? Then you’ll love this »

“We read a lot, and this Tumblr is where we can share all of our strange findings and recent obsessions with you.” »

Great report from @sdavy: How Calgary’s mayor used social media to get elected »

Design for a tablet ≠ design for the web: the NYT shares some insights (via @pilhofer»

PSA: Our friends over at Berkman are looking for an Assistant Project Director for the Digital Media Law Project »

Twitter now has 20 multimedia content partners, including and Instagram »

Struggle for Survival: The WikiLeaks Story »

Join Register Citizen publisher @mattderienzo for a live chat on JRC’s Newsroom Cafe project today at 10a ET »

It’s back! The Year in Media Errors and Corrections, from “Regret the Error” guru @craigsilverman »

PayPal exec explains the company’s restriction of WikiLeaks’ account »

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Britney Spears and the generational shift in celebrity coverage
“There was just this nastiness that emerged in the way celebrities were covered in the 2000s.”