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June 7, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Digesting the Apple news, Creative Commons in Russia

Five tips for emerging video journalists http://nie.mn/k7ebNC via @ModernJourno »

RT @NiemanReports: Interview with director of @pageonemovie about how Keller seemed ready to “throw in the towel” http://nie.mn/k6XsGf »

A preview of the FCC’s “Future of Media” report http://nie.mn/mjGyrb »

Tips for responding to a hack, from PBS: Be quick; be personal; repeat, repeat, repeat http://nie.mn/io9vST »

Microsoft, Yahoo, Google propose a common vocabulary for metadata, helping publishers add meaning to web content http://nie.mn/mkOm8x »

Lots to savor in @niemanstory‘s latest Editors’ Roundtable http://nie.mn/jCQLrH »

More on Apple’s Newsstand and how your publication can participate http://nie.mn/mRfw6P »

From a performance perspective, Google’s +1 button is disappointing http://nie.mn/jOpLIV »

Wow: Russian President Dmitry Medvedev is proposing to build Creative Commons-style licenses into copyright law http://nie.mn/jZq2qu »

Apple’s iOS+Twitter integration will change mobile apps because developers can take advantage http://nie.mn/mAk9ca »

Groupon announced its first partnership with a grocery chain http://nie.mn/juDDtJ »

 
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