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July 18, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: CNN streams to iPad and iPhone, Facebook editions for news and a year of headlines

ONA has extended the deadline for nominations to their board of directors »

Want to relive a year of headlines? Now you can (time-lapse style) in 5:36 »

Ezra Klein has a new team of bloggers joining him at the Washington Post »

Good news J-students! Amazon now has textbook rentals for Kindle! »

Three NY Times reporters are holding “office hours” to answer your questions on Quora »

Two hundred million Tweets and counting: Check out this infographic on Twitter’s growth »

Is Facebook partnering with news outlets to create “Facebook Editions” of their content? »

“Something that we would like to see in the future is more transparency around journalists and what they believe in” »

RT @jeffsonderman: LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman talking live now at MIT Media Lab about the power of networks. Video: »

Hearst magazines are getting in on the daily deals game starting with Car and Driver and Road & Track »

Applying for the @Hackshackers scholarship to @Poynter‘s journo-programming seminar? Deadline’s today! »

CNN goes live with a streaming feed of its broadcast on iPad and iPhone apps »

What do we know about the ways journalists are trying to use Google+? »

NBC News may find a new source of revenue through the a recently launched archive site »

The Women’s World Cup Final brought a new Twitter record: 7,196 Tweets per second »

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