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Feb. 3, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: The death of blogging, News.me prepares for launch and Storify gets new funding

PSA: The NYTimes is looking for a senior producer for mobile and tablets http://nie.mn/iciZwU »

This bit.ly data tells the tale of the Internet’s disappearance in Egypt http://nie.mn/hXElpe »

The Knight Foundation and Northwestern are hosting a chat about the News Innovation Lab at 5 PM EST http://nie.mn/gUedxJ »

So The Daily doesn’t have an index of its free online stories? Problem solved, Tumblr-style http://nie.mn/gpsMOm »

How one writer’s stint at AOL changed his life, and what it could mean for writers coming up http://nie.mn/i69pmd »

Storify gets a new round of funding, focusing on new ways to let publishers use Storified content http://nie.mn/e3fMNv »

The Economist is using a new Twitter widget for live online debates http://nie.mn/gv1jo8 »

The State Department convinced Google to restore an Egyptian blogger’s YouTube channel http://nie.mn/dEVweD »

ProPublica shows off the open source kit they used to produce Dollars for Docs http://nie.mn/hIJp1X »

People.com joined the 1 billion pageview club in January http://nie.mn/fdn7Kp »

Whiles eyes are fixed on The Daily, betaworks and the NYT are working on News.me, a social news app http://nie.mn/eKRYMF »

Tynt offers publishers a tool to track who is cutting and pasting their content http://nie.mn/hN6TLj »

How NYT reports use iPhone 4 to record and upload video reports http://nie.mn/dTf7kv »

CNN’s Android tablet app will allow users publish news for iReport http://nie.mn/eaHLtt »

"Play the News is like Galaga, while Predict the News is like our hypothetical everybody-wins space shooter" http://nie.mn/ga82mJ »

Blogging is dead! Long live blogging! Notes from Gawker, The Awl, Mediaite and more http://nie.mn/fnOgeo »

 
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