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Aug. 2, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Pentagon to build Internet meme tracker, Social Flow releases audience data, TPM shows off new CMS

A journalist demonstrates how easy it is to dig up the personal details of a total stranger http://nie.mn/pt6now via @amichel »

Check out @TPM‘s sweet new home-page CMS http://nie.mn/oabLek »

RT @digiphile: Wow. @afromusing says @Ushahidi has more than 16,000 deployments in 128 countries & 16 languages http://bit.ly/n4ErxK #fo»

Pretty great 404 “page” http://nie.mn/puz1tI »

The Pentagon is seeking proposals for an Internet meme tracker http://nie.mn/p0k1vU via @AntDeRosa »

PSA: The @AP is hiring an interactive producer in New York http://nie.mn/oWyGPw »

A @SocialFlow audience study of six major news orgs yielded gobs of data http://nie.mn/pTDPpX via @lheron »

“It’s not enough to write the code, you have to make the right community.” @digiphile interviews a Google+ engineer: http://nie.mn/o95Obn »

Revealed: Pricing for iCloud storage upgrades ($20 per 10 GB) http://nie.mn/r8gVYz »

Six Lee papers are adopting a metered paywall, even for print subscribers http://nie.mn/p4pD4d »

One of the @LongshotMag web developers lists the tech tools that made it all possible http://nie.mn/plZHWT »

 
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