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Archives: December 8, 2011

The divide between most-saved content and most-returned-to content says a lot. Megan Garber
Google’s next-day-delivery plan may be aimed squarely at Amazon — but don’t be surprised if news companies end up being collateral damage.
The veteran editor asks what happens when a community loses a newspaper — or the reporting heart of one. Part 2 of 3.
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Public media is taking a cue from Silicon Valley, embracing risk and rapidly funding disruptive, short-term projects. Andrew Phelps
Along with aggregating the Times’ politics coverage, it also tries a new way of sharing competitors’ stories with its readers. Joshua Benton
Jay Rosen and Amanda Michel reunite for a project that aims to inject citizen voices into campaign coverage.