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April 15, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Ebooks top treebooks, college journos skirt censorship

Today In Awesome: College paper cleverly skirts censorship http://nie.mn/fpzZyu »

Another group of journalists who don’t get paid: interns. Should that change? http://nie.mn/iaWs6O »

Flip may be dead, but the iPhone is a robust multimedia reporting tool. Tips from @laurenmichell: http://nie.mn/fw5F5w »

Good, long read: Bill Moyers interviews David Simon about journalism, what he learned from “The Wire” http://nie.mn/i9G2aq »

PBS’ “Need To Know” launches a new web series, “Fixing Journalism.” First up, veteran AP editor Michael Oreskes: http://nie.mn/hZ6Yiz »

Wired for iPad is free this month and the issue just dropped in iTunes http://nie.mn/fmy5vZ »

Ebook sales topped all other formats in February, including hardcover and paperback — but there are caveats http://nie.mn/e1AQL2 »

Tomorrow is “Foursquare Day” in many cities. Should provide lots of data for Fearsquare, the social crime network http://nie.mn/h9RRB2 »

Twitter’s @biz responds to bad press: “The normal press cycle is to put a company on a pedestal … then knock it down.” http://nie.mn/hVpdoj »

Funding of public broadcasting survives the 2012 budget, though not unscathed http://nie.mn/gcYF9E »

The man suing Arianna Huffington for not paying bloggers doesn’t pay bloggers http://nie.mn/f18C0h »

 
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