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June 30, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Obama to tweet, Google+ reax, a week of Groupon

RT @NiemanReports: If you’re interested in foreign news, you’d better put this @berkmancenter event in your calendar http://bit.ly/mNW6S1 »

RT @lheron: White House will use @massrelevance & a team of curators to choose Qs for Twitter “town hall” http://nyti.ms/imIi6U »

PSA: Lots of positions open right now at Southern California Public Radio http://nie.mn/mHOWcd »

A “newsy” sweet spot between Twitter and Facebook: @jenny8lee‘s take on Google+ Sparks http://nie.mn/iAnxG4 »

“It seems my dignity can be bought for the low, low price of $8”: @noreenmalone‘s week of Groupon http://nie.mn/ihLZ9X »

MT @whitehouse: 1st Twitter @townhall w/ Pres Obama at the WH on 7/6 @ 2ET. #AskObama Qs on the economy & jobs: http://askobama.twitter.com »

Today’s @NYTimes Room for Debate was organized by a reader. "More of that kind of thing to come," says @andyrNYT. http://nie.mn/kGr03J »

RT @pfeiffer44: Big announcement coming today re POTUS and twitter. Watch @whitehouse for the announcement »

Snazzy site redesign, @onthemedia! http://nie.mn/mC8MQZ »

.@chucktodd: “Do I think The New York Times is more influential because of the Internet? Yes.” http://nie.mn/jmz4qq »

Could Twitter have saved “Arrested Development”? http://nie.mn/kZpFmU »

 
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