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April 14, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Traditional media’s linking problem, online advertising increases and the cutest letter to the editor

This year’s winners of the IRE medal used DocumentCloud in their investigative work »

YouTube plans to teach copyright infringers a lesson. With an animated squirrel »

The world of sports bloggers as Muppets. The next step is media bloggers as Hanna-Barbera characters »

Autographed e-books? Not as unrealistic as you would think. »

This is quite possibly the most adorable letter to the editor ever. »

The International Game Developers Association says think twice before joining the Amazon app store »

What’s the etiquette when the Mayor of New York City checks in at Foursquare’s offices? »

PSA: Public Radio International is looking for someone with social media chops »

Mark Potts sees a future for hyperlocal with “passionate, accomplished amateurs.” »

Phones, Telex and Twitter: The march of technology and adapting journalism »

"I just think we have to have a basic faith that quality will win out in the end" » has a snazzy new video player with a searchable transcript and customizable sharing »

Evernote is starting to roll out note sharing across Twitter and Facebook »

Once again the question is asked: Why are some traditional media so bad at linking? »

A new survey says at least 22 percent of the US population has listened to online radio »

Online advertising hit a record $26 billion in 2010, with search leading the way »

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