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April 20, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: WaPo launches Trove, The Register Citizen brings on a curator, YouTube’s going royal

RT @timesopen: Best Sellers: A Perspective on E-Books – (Nice work, @robinsloan!) »

The Register Citizen, a small-town daily, is bringing on a full-time curator »

"A reporter sort of takes a snapshot": @CJR‘s Q&A with Calvin Trillin »

The media as enablers of new career paths: Meet Steve Herbst, professional whistler »

A unified theory of coffee shop productivity »

"This is a worrying discovery": @TheAtlanticWire‘s roundup of reax to iPhone location-tracking »

The WaPo has launched Trove, its personalized social news site »

Fascinating. Behind the scenes at X Prize (via @cheeky_geeky) »

Papal wall? The Vatican’s set to begin charging for full access to its daily paper »

HBO Go’s online streaming service will hit smartphones and tablets in early May »

The royal wedding will be broadcast live on YouTube »

The first Knight-Mozilla news innovation challenge launches on Monday »

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