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Is the future about one all-knowing AI or many? The new app Poe gets you ready to chat with them all
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June 16, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: The magazine app spectrum, new funding for News21 and Guardian goes digita-first

AOL, The Devil and their plans for a $1 billion advertising business »

Behind the scenes with our friends over at the MIT Media Lab »

A look across the spectrum of magazine apps, from Condé Nast and Hearst to Meredith and Time »

New funding from the Knight Foundation and Carnegie Corporation will expand News 21 to more J schools »

PSA: The AP is looking for an interactive producer/newsperson in DC »

Why do some devote so much time to criticizing Twitter? »

The Guardian goes digital-first: "Placing open journalism on the web at the heart of its strategy" »

Some of the bloggers who settled copyright cases with Righthaven are reconsidering their options »

A big week in sports could prove to be a winner for Sports Illustrated’s tablet strategy »

New Pew study finds using social media makes you, well, normal »

Has the way we use the Internet turned everyone into librarians? »

Here’s a look at how the NYT used Twitter like a database in politics reporting »

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