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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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Newsrooms get nimble in a recession
“Every day you can scope down what you’re doing to the most important things is another day you can keep fighting.”
There is no “peak newsletter”
“People will realize the idea that we had reached ‘peak newsletter’ was both stupid and undermined by the data and consumer preference.”
TikTok personality journalists continue to rise
“It won’t just be brand accounts posting these TikToks — it’ll be reporters using their own accounts to explain their reporting.”