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    Newsonomics: McCormick Media’s back in the Tronc game, as eyes turn to the TRNC ticker
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    Links on Twitter: YouTube-ers buy Delicious, the Android store is catching up to Apple’s, AOL is expanding MapQuest

    You don’t have to look like Steve Jobs to compete in a Steve Jobs lookalike contest

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    Facebook plans to hold "Hackamonths" for its engineers each month starting this summer

    "We hope this rich data of London…brings you that little bit closer to this historic event."

    Android’s app store will be the same size as Apple’s by this July

    [email protected], using @, compares classified & unclassified versions of Guantánamo ruling

    Via @: "This story has been updated to include salacious details."

    Big news: YouTube’s founders are buying Delicious from Yahoo

    AOL isn’t selling MapQuest, but expanding it—and plans to thread its services across its websites

    The NY Public Library’s awesome "What’s on the Menu?" project has rallied thousands of volunteers

    [email protected]: The 5 W’s (and How) are as important to the business of news as the content

    Fun fact from Malcolm Gladwell’s "What I Read": He loves car mags—Car and Driver, Road & Track, CAR…

    Apple on the iPhone location-tracking hubbub: "Users are confused"

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    Newsonomics: McCormick Media’s back in the Tronc game, as eyes turn to the TRNC ticker
    What will happen to the price of Tronc shares as investors, a good number of speculators among them, assess the post-L.A. Times value of a major daily newspaper chain effectively halved in the deal?
    With its Facebook Watch news show, Alabama’s Reckon wants to make a national audience care about local news
    More Facebook Watch news shows are on the way — but is the effort worth it for all local publishers?
    There’s a big difference between the number of people who worry about fake news and who say they’ve actually seen it
    Plus: Facebook looks to hire “news credibility specialists,” and Reuters tries to figure out if highly partisan sites are gaining traction in and outside the U.S. (it looks as if they’re not).


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