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    April 30, 2009, 4:26 p.m.

    Links on Twitter: USA Today, courtroom tweeting, .tv island sinking

    New USA Today publisher: “There is paid digital content in some areas in the future for us”

    The Committee to Protect Journalists (@) names 10 worst countries to be a blogger 

    In Missoula, tweeting continues unabated in courtroom upstairs from where Twitter was banned 

    Every journalist’s favorite toy, the Flip cam, now sports an HD model that takes AA batteries. Mmmm… 

    The Supreme Court’s profanity ruling may end up boosting net neutrality (i.e., restriction-free Internet) 

    GoDaddy advises against buying .tv domain names because Tuvalu, the island that controls .tv, is sinking :( 

     
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    Congratulations to Slack, the now-public company that keeps thousands of newsrooms humming
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    Pico wants to inject CRM smarts into news sites hungry for reader relationships
    “They said: ‘We don’t have a CRM. We have a plugin that manages who’s paid, and we have Mailchimp to email people.’ Honestly, that moment when they said ‘send us a CSV,’ we realized this was nuts.”
    Twitter is removing precise-location tagging on tweets — a small win for privacy but a small loss for journalists and researchers
    For the past decade, location-tagged tweets have been a useful (if imperfect) tool for anyone trying to connect time, place, and information in ways that told us something about the world.
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