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June 14, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Selling mag stories to Hollywood, evolving C4FCM, publishing on Facebook

RT @lheron: Interested in a job at @nytimes? I just heard that our recruiting team tweets: @NYTimesRecruit »

New York mag gets a new Hollywood agent http://nie.mn/luLrQ1 »

"If investigative journalists don’t explain the impact of their work, who will?" http://nie.mn/jwo8HS »

Big congrats to @ProPublica‘s A.C. Thompson, winner of the 2011 I.F. Stone Medal http://nie.mn/lyIEX6 »

.@c4fcm: "On June 22, a lot happens. Don’t freak out." http://nie.mn/mrpmFr »

.@NiemanReports’ latest issue is live, and chock full of wisdom on community engagement http://nie.mn/jjfDaw »

His work with #amina leads to @acarvin getting the Taiwanese CGI treatment http://nie.mn/jfxhy0 »

Iceland is crowdsourcing suggestions for its new constitution. Using Facebook. (via @onthemedia) http://nie.mn/kgJX2x »

3 months ago, Rockville Central went Facebook-only. What it’s learned so far: http://nie.mn/kzCWIs »

"When your boss leaves the room and asks for ideas before he returns, the clock starts ticking." http://nie.mn/mOfTSO »

How to write about slow-moving stories http://nie.mn/izvGt8 »

Is real-time reporting the new "first rough draft of history"? http://nie.mn/jUFgyJ »

 
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