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    By running unwitting PR for Jeffrey Epstein, Forbes shows the risks of a news outlet thinking like a tech platform
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    Links on Twitter: Online ad revenue reaches record high, News of the World builds its wall, NY Post selling iPad app subscriptions

    The livestream of Obama’s @ town hall, embedded in # (via @)

    NY Post: "the first periodical without a paid website that Apple is allowing to sell app subscriptions"

    Curation is "a domino effect in which you only provide the first tile – you don’t know…where the dominoes will fall."

    Fun fact, history-of-bylines edition! The oldest article attributed to “Associated Press Writer” seems to be from 1927

    Great entrepreneurs have the moment "where they have had to go left when everyone else is going right"

    PSA: @ is looking for an intern to help with distributed reporting (pays $700/week!)

    Murdoch’s News of the World: now behind a paywall

    Online ad revenue reached $12.1 billion in the first half of 2010–a record high

     
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    By running unwitting PR for Jeffrey Epstein, Forbes shows the risks of a news outlet thinking like a tech platform
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    Fifty years ago, with humanity about to reach the moon, The New York Times gave a poet a corner of the front page.
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