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Feb. 14, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: WNYC gets a Tumblr, Pandora files for IPO, Mayer talks engagement

.@ProPublica’s throwing its first live event http://nie.mn/dHdZIQ »

Live TV’s not dead yet: Last night’s Grammy audience was the largest since 2001 http://nie.mn/dJUQdS »

Behold: the Hearst cookbook(azine) http://nie.mn/gCs4Eq »

PSA: The Oregonian is looking for a multimedia editor http://nie.mn/gmma1h »

So what does "engagement" mean, anyway? An RJI podcast with @mayerjoy http://nie.mn/hzUrEE »

RT @silencematters: @johnmcquaid I am sitting with @thepubliceditor now. He is going to start tweeting and responding in the stream. »

WNYC gets a Tumblr http://wnyc.tumblr.com/ »

"Even people who only want to read Kierkegaard and Spinoza sometimes want to read about Lindsay Lohan." http://nie.mn/gsWYFH »

Pandora files for IPO http://nie.mn/gpkMIq »

"If there is a bubble, it must lie in a collective hallucination over traffic and audience valuations." http://nie.mn/hV48gl »

Who says print is dead? Radiohead preps "world’s first Newspaper Album," whatever that is http://nie.mn/fqDDW7 »

The problem with tape delay in an age of Twitter http://nie.mn/hzGG90 »

 
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The Kansas City Defender is a nonprofit news site for young Black audiences across the Midwest
“We do advocate against the racist function of policing, [but] we focus equally on being present in the community, doing poetry nights, basketball park takeovers, and other community-building, life-affirming activities.”
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“Compared to online audiences, partisan TV news consumers tend not to stray too far from their narrow sets of preferred news sources.”
Doing a little word puzzle as the world burns
“I started playing word games as a way to stop reading the news first thing in the morning.”