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Links on Twitter: BBC ways of verifying reader content, Biblion and magazine apps, Bilton and Keller spar on Twitter

The Atlantic Wire may continue its experiment editing out in the open #HowTheBlogSausageisMade »

How should you verify user generated content? Here’s how the BBC does it »

“They no longer have to store 57 years — 682 issues — of Playboy under their mattress” »

How’s this for an interactive graphic: Slate’s guide to Gen. David Petraeus’ medals, ribbons and stars »

Developers jump on this: USA Today has released a Census API »

Duke University’s Reporter Lab is looking for a developer to create tools for investigative journalism »

With apps like Flipboard and Zite should publishers worry about audience and advertiser loyalty? »

The FCC is planning a chat with Google, Apple and others over location tracking on smartphones »

PSA: The Atlantic is looking for an editor to lead a new site and work with Richard Florida »

Is it time to establish rules of etiquette for posting other people’s stuff online? »

Your brain on Twitter: The NYT’s Nick Bilton and Bill Keller exchanged words over the value of Twitter »

The Online Journalism Awards are now open for entries »

Yahoo is also getting in the online video news game with it’s "Trending Now" series »

Maybe newspapers ability to link is a CMS issue, not a philosophical one »

A new study of social media in the news finds that almost 50% of journalists use Twitter as a source »

The New York Public Library’s Biblion app may be a new model for magazine apps »

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“The way we raise the money at The Guardian is different than any place I’ve ever been”
“This is truly a jointly owned responsibility among the business side and editorial.”
What’s with the rise of “fact-based journalism”?
“To describe one form of journalism as ‘fact-based’ is to tacitly acknowledge that there is also such a thing as ‘non-fact-based journalism.’ And there isn’t.”
Britney Spears and the generational shift in celebrity coverage
“There was just this nastiness that emerged in the way celebrities were covered in the 2000s.”