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Jan. 12, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Time-shifted reading, AP and Fairey make nice, two words Microsoft doesn’t want Apple to own

"What I am saying is that if we don’t reflect our communities—both on- and off-line—we’re doomed." http://nie.mn/fCNDPH »

One effect of the move to mobile: time-shifted reading http://nie.mn/enp1PZ (via @jennydeluxe) »

"Digital journalism is different, and the real opportunity is in thinking about how it’s different" http://nie.mn/i40xJF »

What do y’all think? Is Twitter really full of regional accents? http://nie.mn/hL41Ml »

.@AP and Shepard Fairey reach a settlement in the Obama poster case http://nie.mn/gQxBkB »

PSA for Boston folks: The Globe’s hiring for tons of digital positions, including social media producer http://nie.mn/en54ax »

Jon Stewart is kind of excited about the Verizon iPhone http://tv.gawker.com/5731224/ »

How to shut up people who are boring you on Twitter—without shutting them off http://nie.mn/fpkI7X »

Microsoft wants to claim the term “App Store” for its own http://nie.mn/hLPxki »

 
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