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July 6, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: NPR’s StateImpact goes live, Boston Globe’s Whitey Bulger eBooks and StumbleUpon becomes top referrer

Move over Carl Kasell: Donate $100 to @Longshotmag and Alexis Madrigal will record your voicemail message »

A case for the re-emergence of the the evening edition news product »

Pennsylvania, Indiana and Ohio are the first states to go live on NPR’s StateImpact project »

The Knight Foundation and NEA are launching a competition on new models for arts journalism »

PSA: The Washington Post is looking for a web developer »

The Boston Globe is publishing its archived investigations of Whitey Bulger as e-books »

Here’s an interesting comparison of questions for the President from Twitter users vs. journalists #askObama »

Before BuzzMachine there was Maddie & David: @JeffJarvis on TV’s “Moonlighting” in 1987 »

Alberto Ibarguen on how the Knight Foundation almost missed a media project from Tim Berners-Lee »

RT @AmyResnick: Congrats @antderosa Anthony De Rosa is the new social media editor for »

As Groupon grows bigger, they want to get…weirder? Vanity Fair profiles CEO Andrew Mason »

StumbleUpon has replaced Facebook as the top traffic driver to websites (for the moment). »

RT @NiemanReports: Dorothy Parvaz speaks to @TellMeMoreNPR about her detention in Syria & Iran »

Ever wanted to check-in and share that issue of Newsweek you were reading? GetGlue made it real »

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