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March 9, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Schiller’s departure, TPM’s ad sales, PR’s future

"As long as reporters can come up with such great descriptive prose the future of journalism is entirely bright" »

How to safeguard your computer at a coffee shop: practical brilliance from Gizmodo »

Does PR have a future? »

Wow. TPM’s direct ad sales rose 69% between 2009 and 2010 »

Al Jazeera is launching an English-language children’s channel »

RT @CJR: Timely re-read: "NPR Amps Up. Can Vivian Schiller build a journalism juggernaut?" From March/April 2010 CJR »

"I’m told by sources that she was forced out," Folkenflik says of Vivian Schiller resignation »

Fantastic, important listening: @emilybell on the future of online journalism (via @mathewi) »

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