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March 11, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: WSJ’s tablet gains, Instapaper’s social updates, Lab sessions at #ONA11

PSA: .@ProPublica has lots of great job positions open at the moment http://nie.mn/f4prk5 »

The winner in the Dallas Morning News paywall play: ESPN? http://nie.mn/ehhTZZ »

#ONA11! In Boston! Some Lab sessions for your consideration: http://nie.mn/hwuDnp »

Instapaper 3.0 allows sharing with Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and more http://nie.mn/ewag2Z »

WSJ claims 200,000 total paying tablet subscribers—150,000 of them coming in the past year http://nie.mn/fq4iWZ »

With the Japan #tsunami, Wikipedia again shows its power as a breaking-news outlet (via @dsearls) http://nie.mn/dEzHQz »

Tell us: How many New York Times articles have *you* read in the past month? http://nie.mn/g1F0mX »

 
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