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March 24, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Google launches Think Quarterly, Journalism Online gets sold and social media tips for news from a TBDer

TBD’s outgoing social media maven @mjenkins‘ notes on Twitter and Facebook for news http://nie.mn/hIZf1U »

Nate Silver on news outlets cited most for original reporting and keeping fivethirtyeight click-worthy http://nie.mn/flznkI »

PSA: @ONA is looking to hire a PT content producer http://nie.mn/ePGxsV »

Consider this: How a HTML5 site could put the NYT digital subscription plans in a new light http://nie.mn/dSGVbh »

.@CJR: The benefits & dangers of DC’s many new subscription news services and hiring sprees http://nie.mn/g29j1c »

Ongo’s chief says Apple’s 30 percent cut off app subscriptions is "valuable and worth it" http://nie.mn/fWcA7X »

Watch! Livestream of @jxpaton talking about open newsrooms with the Journal Register advisory board http://nie.mn/flNK3y »

How Bloomberg sifts through massive data to make better news recommendations for readers http://nie.mn/gwNeWI »

The BBC tried a hashtag experiment (#BBCBudget) to aggregate budget coverage across their programmes http://nie.mn/fpdiEV »

The 10 best places to see sexy data online. You read that right. http://nie.mn/e8ZAnW »

Hey BlackBerry users! You too can now have the knowledge of the AP Stylebook in app form http://nie.mn/ek5ykC »

Google in the publishing business? Yup! Here’s their European online magazine Think Quarterly http://nie.mn/hvxulo »

McClatchy doubles down on deals: Starting a daily deal service, while still a partner with Groupon http://nie.mn/g8dkoy »

Sale+: Journalism Online, creator of Press+ system, is sold to RR Donnelly http://nie.mn/gCNhuh »

 
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