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April 27, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: YouTube-ers buy Delicious, the Android store is catching up to Apple’s, AOL is expanding MapQuest

You don’t have to look like Steve Jobs to compete in a Steve Jobs lookalike contest http://nie.mn/lUd0GB »

Want to help bring #ONA11 together? Sign up to become a volunteer http://nie.mn/j7srqj »

Facebook plans to hold "Hackamonths" for its engineers each month starting this summer http://nie.mn/kO7I4d »

"We hope this rich data of London…brings you that little bit closer to this historic event." http://nie.mn/j8mwtO »

Android’s app store will be the same size as Apple’s by this July http://nie.mn/lcKRux »

.@ProPublica, using @documentcloud, compares classified & unclassified versions of Guantánamo ruling http://nie.mn/lD8eRh »

Via @jeffsonderman: "This story has been updated to include salacious details." http://nie.mn/jjEwZ7 »

Big news: YouTube’s founders are buying Delicious from Yahoo http://nie.mn/iSyxcx »

AOL isn’t selling MapQuest, but expanding it—and plans to thread its services across its websites http://nie.mn/eimsIn »

The NY Public Library’s awesome "What’s on the Menu?" project has rallied thousands of volunteers http://nie.mn/fX9QLt »

.@Stevebuttry: The 5 W’s (and How) are as important to the business of news as the content http://nie.mn/eGUfZL »

Fun fact from Malcolm Gladwell’s "What I Read": He loves car mags—Car and Driver, Road & Track, CAR… http://nie.mn/fsdrW5 »

Apple on the iPhone location-tracking hubbub: "Users are confused" http://nie.mn/ggUCwY »

 
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