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Jan. 13, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: A $1 billion social-gaming market, a solar-powered iPad, an Angry Birds board game

"The entire Android device market seems to be made specifically for gadget blogs and early adopters." http://nie.mn/dMBG0Z »

Angry Birds: the board game http://nie.mn/hfbOkN »

The social gaming market is expected to hit $1 billion this year http://nie.mn/gwiALq »

On most days, 50-60% of the NYT’s traffic comes from people starting at the home page http://nie.mn/hRRH1J »

How to: become a Google search ninja http://nie.mn/hsvgQX »

It’s official: Steve Jobs now controls the sun. http://nie.mn/horkEC »

RT @jayrosen_nyu: From @NiemanLab: Eleven news metrics to watch in 2011 http://jr.ly/6kdd I’d add ratio of paid staff to # of people wit … »

Nie.mn’s great, but we may have to make a change now that @johnmcquaid has pointed us to http://bieber.ly/ »

Remember when netbooks were the next big thing? http://nie.mn/gER4c0 »

Procter & Gamble goes media outlet in its manly new site http://nie.mn/dGUiKM »

Report: We’ll face a "digital Dark Age" if book digitization is left to the private sector http://nie.mn/idiOyP »

NYT’s iPad app has been downloaded 1.5 million times since its April launch http://nie.mn/hGqKxg »

 
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