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April 28, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: The end of Guardian Local, Philly’s anti-corruption app and Delicious saved

Wait, is that an iPad on the President’s desk in the Oval Office? http://nie.mn/jK7S1o »

Stats: 85% of money pledged on Kickstarter is collected and 43% of projects are successful http://nie.mn/in3h8B »

How dedicated are Slate readers? They’ll travel to be part of live show podcasts http://nie.mn/jqFBDH »

Marco Arment talks about the slow – and quiet – retirement of Instapaper Free http://nie.mn/lmTI0y »

The City of Philadelphia wants to create an army of watchdogs with an anti-corruption app http://nie.mn/mHCyZz »

When a Florida TV station was unable to broadcast this week, they turned to Facebook to post video http://nie.mn/jTX8V4 »

Bookmarked links saved! Delicious has been bought and will be expanded http://nie.mn/jzuQnV »

With more social news apps, could over-curation of the news become a problem? http://nie.mn/mKEfDu »

A look behind the scenes on the collaboration between NPR, Frontline and ProPublica for "Post Mortem" http://nie.mn/mwUltZ »

The Guardian is ending Guardian Local, its beatblogging experiment in communities http://nie.mn/myQ6jR »

 
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