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April 21, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Magazines and apps, Jim Brady on community specific news and Flipboard dealing with publishers

The Chicago News Cooperative has redesigned its website http://nie.mn/iji483 »

Oliver Broudy talks to @niemanstory on modern saints, magazine writing & crossing the border to Kindle Singles http://nie.mn/gF4NW2 »

Jim Brady says community-specific journalism can meet the needs of readers and businesses http://nie.mn/g1UI8S »

The Economist has a new app for readers to share where their ideas and creativity comes from in their city http://bit.ly/hUDu8M »

If you’ve enjoyed our posts from #ISOJ you’ll love the videos from the conference http://nie.mn/gWCzup »

Does Flipboard want to start brokering deals directly with publishers? http://nie.mn/guKLqp »

Sharing! The team at Computer World shares 22 free tools for data visualization and analysis http://nie.mn/gFye8F »

If readers connection with publishers is now just a click, what does that mean for advertisers? http://nie.mn/gtFzjT »

As magazines hustle to produce apps are they taking the wrong approach? http://nie.mn/erZy7y »

 
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