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May 13, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Buttry to JRC, Google News offers “News Near You,” a thriving newspaper market in India

Big congrats to @stevebuttry, the newest member of #JRC! http://nie.mn/mUrXTS »

How @dhcole used TileMill to build an interactive map of the aftershocks in Japan http://nie.mn/jysB5q »

RT @AnnaTarkov: Great wrap-up by @agahran of the reaction so far to ASNE’s social media guidelines for journalists: http://bit.ly/lHPm7L »

Fascinating run-down on India’s thriving—yes, thriving—market for newspapers http://nie.mn/l0DAzY »

Google News releases a "News near you” feature for mobile http://nie.mn/kM2sLh »

RT @pomeranian99: The NYT covers teachers who use backchannels to encourage in-class debate http://nyti.ms/mdZ6X6 »

.@ProPublica’s Richard Tofel on the future of news and some books that portend it (via @CJR) http://nie.mn/mSbhDw »

"Strong journalism" + "timeless fun": a review of this week’s Pop-Up Magazine show (ht @gregtspielberg) http://nie.mn/jRZa8W »

What’s in a name? The Washingtonian resurrects a story to reflect OBL’s death http://nie.mn/jHaNDH »

One reason the White House isn’t releasing its OBL photo? The Internet’s love of Photoshop http://nie.mn/kBFkCG »

Goodbye, TableTalk: @scottros on the lessons of a pioneering online community http://nie.mn/iVu0aa »

NBC News is developing an hour-long news broadcast…for prime time http://nie.mn/j9yWq

 
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