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March 17, 2011, 6:29 p.m.

Links on Twitter: GOOD expands, EU wants to enforce online privacy laws and Google tools for nonprofits

Change is, well, @Good. How the magazine made a little money, found a new business and is expanding http://nie.mn/giWY4y »

Good news nonprofits: Google has a one-stop shop for nonprofits looking to use apps and AdWords http://nie.mn/f8N7mJ »

That sure was fast. Meet @FreeNYT, who may be Twitter’s answer to The Daily: Indexed »

"Long-form is absolutely not dead": Insights from ProPublica, The New Yorker, TAL and Frontline http://nie.mn/fTfi4a »

RT @nytjim: We’ve published 900 comments on our article about digital subscriptions, along w/ some corporate replies. http://nyti.ms/dYnKuQ »

The number is 20: NYT announces online subscription plan, 20 article limit for non subscribers http://nie.mn/gTZK1O »

As APIs become a basic building block to apps how will businesses adapt? http://nie.mn/fOVGYo »

The Duke of Brunswick and the net: How British libel law impacts online news http://nie.mn/gkR1bK »

The EU may change privacy laws to give users more control over their info online http://nie.mn/icOlNd »

 
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