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He’ll keep the blue check, though: Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is stepping down
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Aug. 25, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: What’s next for Apple, tracking Irene, U.K. eases up on social media

Talk about engaging your audience: Some blogs are hiring writers from the comments section »

The U.K. government is no longer considering a ban on social media during crises »

New Apple CEO Tim Cook: ‘I‘m thinking printers’ »

Three success stories from newspapers who added paywalls via @mediagazer »

Merriam-Webster says tweet is a noun and a verb #tweetingatweet »

Hyperlocal news is better than ever, @streetfightmag says, if you measure success by quality »

RT @jonathanstray: The @AP_Interactive hurricane tracker also has a timeline of historic storms, preparation tips »

Ooh, look at the pretty hurricane trackers: and »

Memo from Tim Cook leaked to @arstechnica: “I want you to be confident that Apple is not going to change.” »

‘@scobleizer had a “front-row seat to Steve Jobs’ career” »

Jobs will “remain involved in developing major future products and strategy,” @waltmossberg reports »

“Jobs’s greatest creation isn’t any Apple product. It is Apple itself.” »

…that last link via @romenesko, natch. »

@jackshafer, the slightly less famous one who lost his job last night, will still freelance for Slate »

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