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July 22, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Google+ boots businesses, newspapers launch re-branding campaign, Condé partners with Adobe

Is Netflix trying to kill the DVD? People panicked when Apple ditched the floppy drive, at first http://nie.mn/prNyq8 »

‘@JosephStash is doing an excellent job tracking the Oslo explosions on Storify http://nie.mn/q3hWHK »

“Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss’ legal crusade against Facebook has finally come to an end” — for the third time http://nie.mn/pMKYnA »

Congrats! MT @dansinker: Thrilled to announce I’ll be joining Mozilla to head up the Knight-Mozilla News Partnership: http://nie.mn/qA0qCr »

Khoi Vinh says publishers need to start designing for the mobile web, not building “replica apps” http://nie.mn/pTFjrM »

Condé Nast and Adobe are partnering to define a new set of metrics for digital content http://nie.mn/pPV8TF »

Remember “Got Milk?” This is like that, but for the newspaper industry http://nie.mn/pLn8oe »

YouTube is starting to look like a TV network http://nie.mn/pWAGwc »

Google is kicking out corporate accounts on Google+ http://nie.mn/oAGfUH »

 
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