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Aug. 15, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Google buys Motorola, MediaNews papers erect paywall, JRC promotes Jim Brady

OK, fine, we’ll tweet it: How journalists see each other, as interpreted by @Digidave http://t.co/AgRSjRk »

Introducing yourself to a source on Twitter and requesting an interview is… kind of lazy http://t.co/rq1wrBd »

“13% of cell owners pretended to be using their phone … to avoid interacting with the people around them.” http://t.co/GDHkZ75 via @mthomps »

MediaNews puts 23 newspapers behind a metered paywall today (including for print subscribers) http://t.co/DdWNUBK »

RT @nprresearch: Fun Fact: NPR Listeners are 42% more likely to drive a car with manual transmission. »

‘@allthingsd is launching 15 Twitter feeds (whoa!) and getting a social-media editor (@WithDrake) http://t.co/ZxP7mSU »

AP, Google, and ONA will offer $20,000 scholarships to six digital journalism students http://t.co/WvRAmYt »

Public broadcaster @WBUR has launched an online community for people to compare health care costs http://t.co/iFsy13m »

The Journal Register Company names @jimbradysp, a digital guy, as its editor in chief http://t.co/Uy9HDUy »

Google is acquiring Motorola http://t.co/9KEidjJ »

 
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