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June 23, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Guardian plans lay-offs, iPad dominates tablets, FBI seizes Instapaper

What’s Lisa Simpson been reading all these years? via @peteraxtman »

PSA: Frontline (say it with us: “Frontline”) is hiring an assistant editor in Boston ($42k–$74k) #jobs »

Marco Arment: “The FBI stole an Instapaper server in an unrelated raid” »

The iPad accounts for 97% of U.S. web traffic on tablets, 89% globally, according to comScore »

PSA: GOOD is hiring a good L.A. editor via @alexismadrigal #jobs »

History is made as a journalist takes a picture of the president (via @TomJolly) »

The FBI announced “Whitey” Bulger’s arrest on Twitter last night, while the press conference is set for 10:30 today »

The Guardian’s ‘digital-first’ push means ‘significant’ layoffs, editor-in-chief says »

The Winklevoss twins have dropped their suit against Facebook, for real-for real. »

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