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April 1, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Schiller’s optimistic, TPM’s on fire, the NYT and ProPublica are hiring

How Amazon, Apple, Google, and more are trying to make your wallet obsolete »

.@ClaraJeffery: "I’m mystified by how few magazine and newspaper editors are themselves on Twitter" »

Great summary of The Guardian’s past efforts to expand to the US in this @paidcontent story »

PSA: @propublica is looking for a senior editor, research director, and reporter »

RT @webjournalist: Quote from Apple: "Culture eats strategy for lunch everyday" via @annenberglab conference presentation. »

.@TPM has its biggest traffic quarter in history, with this March its biggest non-election month to date »

RT @Chanders: RT @suerobinsonUW: Last year ISOJ was all about "transactional information." This year it’s platform platform platform. #isoj »

Nice! @hermida‘s Storify of Vivian Schiller’s "reasons to be cheerful" keynote at #ISOJ »

FYI, everyone! MT @palafo: No joke: @nytimes is looking for 24/7 home page editors. Email »

Starting now on the #ISOJ livestream: Vivian Schiller’s keynote address »

The best April Fool’s joke we’ve seen so far: »

"Times employees can view the first 6 letters of each word at no charge (including slideshows of adorable kittens)." »

Volvo has unlocked the MLB paywall for April »

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