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Jan. 25, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: A stable media ecosystem, a Block by Block manager, a new way to long-form

A guide to watching/reading/sharing tonight’s “most wired State of the Union in history” http://nie.mn/if5cr1 »

Great part-time job opportunity: Block by Block is looking for a community manager http://nie.mn/dII66M »

TNR editor on the mag’s “online cover stories” and the future of longform http://nie.mn/eJTRWt »

We’ve found “a stable state in an ecosystem of many different analog and digital media devices, co-existing in harmony” http://nie.mn/gIs6MI »

How should a White House Quora work? http://nie.mn/hsEywu »

The NYT may create an “EZ Pass lane for leakers” http://nie.mn/hp5BFY »

 
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The future of local news is “civic information,” not “declining legacy systems,” says new report
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