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Feb. 10, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Content farms’ Tumblr, Twitter’s valuation, Denton’s redemption

Remember that amazing “Street View birth”? Here’s the amazing backstory »

"Redemption, or something like it, has come quickly to Nick Denton." »

An early look at, "an entertainment/news site for the the geeky girl" »

Via @awl: »

Homegrown sites vs. Patch: "I think we local yokels have all the crucial assets on our side" »

How the WaPo—the print WaPo—is produced every day (via @marksluckie) » gets a spiffy new redesign »

Today, Obama’s unveiling the initiative aimed at bringing wireless access to 98% of the US within 5 years »

Today’s the first day the residents of North and South Dakota, Montana, and Wyoming can get iPhones »

Very, very useful: NYT’s Congressional bill tracker (via @derekwillis) »

One estimate for Twitter’s valuation: between $8 billion and $10 billion »

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