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    Village Media, relying on local advertisers, seems to have found a scalable (and profitable) local news model
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    March 31, 2011, 6 p.m.

    Links on Twitter: Crowdsourced science, 1 million syllabi, #thomyorkeaspaperboy

    5,000 fish! Smithsonian scientists use Facebook to crowdsource their research (via @)

    RT @: RT @ NYTimes employees gathering to welcome home 4 reporters taken hostage in Libya last week.

    Joan Didion + Arianna Huffington = Newspaper Business Model

    [email protected]: "The first thing we have to do is remind ourselves what the core purpose of journalism is"

    So, #? Twitter, citing its desire to keep working on in-app discovery tools, scraps the QuickBar

    The best thing we’ve seen today, summed up in five words: "Thom Yorke as a Paperboy"

    NYT reporter C.J. Chivers is chronicling his reporting from Libya…on his Tumblr (via @)

    A million syllabi culled from the web. Help @ do something awesome: What data should he parse?

    "Statistics are like a bikini. What they reveal is suggestive, but what they conceal is vital."

    "Journalism needs more nerds": @‘s @ profile

    The Open Network Foundation wants to let programmers take control of computer networks

    Blogger’s new look wants to "change the typical way people consume content on the web"

     
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    Village Media, relying on local advertisers, seems to have found a scalable (and profitable) local news model
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