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July 20, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: NYO’s hiring, Google Labs says goodbye

RT @djspooky: @brainpicker @NiemanLab Don’t forget rare version of Mcluhan’s first, only album: The Medium… http://bit.ly/ly14Mj »

Goodbye, Google Labs http://nie.mn/ofgXcV »

PSA: @NewYorkObserver is looking for an art director, a marketing director, and a developer http://nie.mn/qtTCgT »

The future of hyperlocal: to be considered at Street Fight Summit 2011 (Oct. 25-26, NYC) http://nie.mn/o2dkbM »

MT @xenijardin: We at @BoingBoing are already finding G+ to be a significant source of traffic referral. Shocking given how new & beta. »

The Daily Beast is launching an online talk show http://nie.mn/qizCBg »

“Work in public. Reveal nothing.” @robinsloan on the tricky balance between transparency and novelty http://nie.mn/nfi1jw »

RT @jenny8lee: Instagram meets Gilt! @snapette has mobile app to help you crowdsource shopping. Snapette.com »

The News Corp. scandal could influence the FCC’s review of media ownership rules http://nie.mn/qbU3SX »

 
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