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How Finland’s Helsingin Sanomat has built digital success through “diamonds” in the rough
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May 23, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Glenn Beck’s Groupon-ing, Nook Color’s growing, MoJo’s hiring

.@CaliforniaWatch leader on the lawsuit leveled against it: “To this day, we can’t quite figure out why they sued us" »

PSA, everyone: @motherjones has two jobs open, research editor and copy editor »

RT @NiemanReports: What’s in the Berkman Center’s media cloud? »

RT @brainpicker: Trailer for PBS Frontline’s WikiSecrets, the promising new docu-segment on Wikileaks and Assange »

"Traditional values, extraordinary deals": Glenn Beck is the latest entrant in the Groupon game »

Foursquare’s reportedly in talks to integrate Groupon Now notifications (via @BenLaMothe) »

Fascinating (esp. for news producers): new research on why food labeled "healthy" seems unsatisfying »

The Musalman: "probably the last handwritten newspaper in the world" (via @kleinmatic) »

RT @nytimes This week, @LHeron & @LexiNYT will be tweeting from this account. What do you want to see from us? »

Google ad exec: TV/web convergence could set the stage for an explosion in online display advertising »

Pro-collaboration, anti-inertia: Meet the new "open scientists" »

Nice-looking redesign, @allthingsd! »

On the Nook Color, women’s mag sales rival—and in some cases surpass—sales on the iPad »

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