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Jan. 14, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Dealing with “online jerks,” shoveling 2.0, hundreds of trillions of emails

"Online jerks, you will be judged not by a higher authority but by the kinds of gamers you’re being jerks to." http://nie.mn/hZtEeo »

Love this. After Boston’s blizzard, social media helped people work together to dig out from the snow http://nie.mn/evsiCQ »

Today at 1p ET, @poynter is doing a live chat on real-time errors w/ @scottros @Steviesaf @DannySullivan @mallarytenore http://nie.mn/evBHKr »

RT @sethclewis: Trying to figure out what Google’s switch on H.264 means for online video? (Like I was.) This may help: http://nie.mn/hNkyN0 »

Infographic! Twitter.com versus third-party apps http://nie.mn/ftMXRh (via @palafo) »

In Tunisia, "WikiLeaks acted as a catalyst: both a trigger and a tool for political outcry" http://nie.mn/fKwVQh »

In 2010, 21.4 million new websites were created, and 107 trillion emails were sent http://nie.mn/fYfAoG »

 
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