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Feb. 23, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: NYT film critics to start Q&A with readers, WikiLeaks opens a gift shop, The Daily plans an Android launch

This fall, Google gave @knightfdn $2 million to fund US news innovation http://nie.mn/d05E0A Now it’s Europe’s turn http://nie.mn/fQMOYI »

Data viz + game design + online identity = http://nie.mn/gHK63n »

RT @jimbradysp: RT @jemersoncooper: For those @TBD staffers shown the door today, #JRC has openings and we’d like to talk. DM, email or call »

Big congrats to Sioux Falls’ Argus Leader, winner of the 2010 Taylor Family Award for Fairness in Newspapers http://nie.mn/dGhUXC »

Journal Register CEO @jxpaton on why the newspaper chain will beat Patch—and HuffPo http://nie.mn/f7bf91 »

NYT film critics start a monthly column answering readers’ movie-related questions http://nie.mn/elEmwM »

Report: Major layoffs coming for TBD.com staff, all but a few jobs to be eliminated http://nie.mn/eYkcEH »

Apple-only no longer: The Daily is planning an Android launch for this spring http://nie.mn/gNrEer »

One item for sale in WikiLeaks’ new online gift shop: "Viva la informacion" t-shirts http://nie.mn/eJpaEI »

HuffPo’s lesson for journos who sign on to new media ventures: "Demand equity" http://nie.mn/h4qFmN »

AdAge redesigns its site to look and act more blog-like (via @iwantmedia) http://nie.mn/ersqLl »

New WaPo ombud "will respond to readers through columns in the newspaper, the Ombudsman blog and social media" http://nie.mn/gnizZU »

The latest network to get the WikiLeaks treatment: the Qaddafi family http://nie.mn/h3Tg8Y »

 
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