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July 21, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Innovation at Google after Labs, ads sales booming on NYT iPad app and eBook tips for journalists

The Atlantic’s Megan McArdle (@asymmetricinfo) shares her writing and interviewing tips http://nie.mn/nxKHjj »

How do news pages on Facebook keep readers engaged? Insights on Facebook + Journalists http://nie.mn/ncMa0R »

Janet Robinson says the ad inventory for the NYT iPad app is sold out through the third quarter http://nie.mn/nZ1y68 »

PSA: The Washington Post is looking for a news applications designer http://nie.mn/nl0uCO »

A Forrester survey finds advertisers are ahead of publishers in investing in new kinds of ad products http://nie.mn/r4GSSy »

The Washington Post has a neat new interactive Census map. Check your city! http://nie.mn/pdeXPY »

Media General says its deals site, DealTaker.com, has been hurt by change to Google’s search rankings http://nie.mn/pYFhzn »

RT @andrewkueneman: Hiring 2 experienced designers & 1 design tech in the NYT digital design group. DM me I’d interested. Will be postin … »

Interesting note: NYTimes.com has 57,000 digital subscribers on Kindles and Nooks http://nie.mn/rglPJM »

Tips for journalists on how to turn their work into a viable eBook http://nie.mn/pYbxfq »

Why media companies (and marketers) need new metrics for ads on tablets http://nie.mn/neamo3 »

What’s the future of innovation at Google with the end of Google Labs? http://nie.mn/oiwOST »

 
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