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Mozilla’s ambitious WebAPI project aims to standardize the mobile web, regardless of device or browser »

For better or for worse, it is becoming much easier for non-programmers to make web »

The New Yorker publishes a standalone ebook, “After 9/11,” for $7.99 on Kindle and Nook via @wbezedwards »

RT @tristanwalker: that was quick…. »

.@niemanstory’s latest “Why’s this so good?” — on a @NYTmag story from 1997 »

The F.C.C. is axing the fairness doctrine, which mandates no viewpoint be excluded »

The Daily Dot is a small-town paper covering the communities of Reddit, Tumblr, 4chan, and Twitter »

What happens when Fox puts TV shows behind a delay-wall? Apparently people start pirating like crazy »

Twitter will join Facebook for talks with the U.K. government about the riots »

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