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		<title>Jay Rosen&apos;s links</title>
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		<description>The links I&apos;ve shared with the world recently, mostly about new media, journalism and digital culture.</description>
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		<pubDate>Mon, 12 Dec 2011 15:10:12 GMT</pubDate>
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			<description>You can build a user base with short fast and frequent. Or with long form and more occasional posting. http://jr.ly/7nye But you need data.</description>
			<link>http://jr.ly/7nye</link>
			<pubDate>Mon, 12 Dec 2011 15:10:05 GMT</pubDate>
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			<microblog:linkFull>http://www.forbes.com/sites/lewisdvorkin/2011/12/11/inside-forbes-the-inspiring-data-behind-two-digital-reporting-strategies/</microblog:linkFull>
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			<title>New U-T Boss: &apos;You Change Now or You Die&apos; - voiceofsandiego.org: In The Muck.</title>
			<description>&quot;We&apos;d like to be a cheerleader for all that&apos;s good about San Diego.&quot; Nice. Really good values for newspaper ownership. http://jr.ly/ciqz</description>
			<link>http://jr.ly/ciqz</link>
			<pubDate>Sat, 19 Nov 2011 00:02:35 GMT</pubDate>
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			<title>What I Saw at the Hyperlocal Revolution : CJR.</title>
			<description>&quot;Citizen journalism&quot; notwithstanding, without journalism jobs, we don&apos;t have journalism. http://jr.ly/ck3x Yeah. I agree 100 percent.</description>
			<link>http://jr.ly/ck3x</link>
			<pubDate>Fri, 18 Nov 2011 23:53:58 GMT</pubDate>
			<guid>http://jr.ly/ck3x</guid>
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			<microblog:readCount>732</microblog:readCount>
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			<description>Occupy Wall Street as API. http://jr.ly/ciqp Sometimes @alexismadrigal just kicks ass. This is one of those times. via @emahlee</description>
			<link>http://jr.ly/ciqp</link>
			<pubDate>Fri, 18 Nov 2011 22:45:33 GMT</pubDate>
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			<microblog:linkFull>http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/print/2011/11/a-guide-to-the-occupy-wall-street-api-or-why-the-nerdiest-way-to-think-about-ows-is-so-useful/248562/</microblog:linkFull>
			<microblog:readCount>1169</microblog:readCount>
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			<description>What happens when journalism is everywhere? http://jr.ly/cir2 Storify surges. (But no one&apos;s talking about replacing the professional press.)</description>
			<link>http://jr.ly/cir2</link>
			<pubDate>Fri, 18 Nov 2011 19:49:24 GMT</pubDate>
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			<microblog:linkFull>http://gigaom.com/2011/11/18/what-happens-when-journalism-is-everywhere/</microblog:linkFull>
			<microblog:readCount>510</microblog:readCount>
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			<title>When it comes to e-mailed political rumors, conservatives beat liberals - The Washington Post.</title>
			<description>The e-mail rumor mill circulating politically salient untruths is largely a conservative phenomenon. http://jr.ly/ck35 Why is this?</description>
			<link>http://jr.ly/ck35</link>
			<pubDate>Fri, 18 Nov 2011 17:36:07 GMT</pubDate>
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			<description>Hey, there&apos;s a new post at PressThink. &quot;Low information voters&quot; and the political press. http://jr.ly/7inf Especially for politics nerds.</description>
			<link>http://jr.ly/7inf</link>
			<pubDate>Thu, 17 Nov 2011 20:33:59 GMT</pubDate>
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			<microblog:linkFull>http://pressthink.org/2011/11/low-information-voters-and-the-political-press/</microblog:linkFull>
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			<description>What good does running an open newsroom do? CJR reports on letting users shape the editorial agenda. http://jr.ly/7imp</description>
			<link>http://jr.ly/7imp</link>
			<pubDate>Thu, 17 Nov 2011 18:22:24 GMT</pubDate>
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			<microblog:linkFull>http://www.cjr.org/the_news_frontier/experiments_in_the_open_newsro.php?page=all</microblog:linkFull>
			<microblog:readCount>349</microblog:readCount>
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			<description>Memo to the AP. From @mathewi: Twitter is the newswire now. So get real... http://jr.ly/7ihb</description>
			<link>http://jr.ly/7ihb</link>
			<pubDate>Wed, 16 Nov 2011 22:58:22 GMT</pubDate>
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			<microblog:linkFull>http://gigaom.com/2011/11/16/memo-to-ap-twitter-is-the-newswire-now/</microblog:linkFull>
			<microblog:readCount>743</microblog:readCount>
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			<description>Associated Press: always first with the news, as long as its control freaks get due deference and their rules are obeyed http://jr.ly/djdk</description>
			<link>http://jr.ly/djdk</link>
			<pubDate>Wed, 16 Nov 2011 17:35:12 GMT</pubDate>
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			<microblog:linkFull>http://nymag.com/daily/intel/2011/11/ap-staff-scolded-for-tweeting-about-ows-arrests.html</microblog:linkFull>
			<microblog:readCount>405</microblog:readCount>
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			<title>Guardian&apos;s n0tice puts a new twist on hyperlocal &#226;&#128;&#148; Tech News and Analysis.</title>
			<description>The Guardian comes out with Notice, hyperlocal software that&apos;s part blogging platform, part Craigslist... http://jr.ly/cibq</description>
			<link>http://jr.ly/cibq</link>
			<pubDate>Wed, 16 Nov 2011 14:27:10 GMT</pubDate>
			<guid>http://jr.ly/cibq?id=2466</guid>
			<microblog:linkFull>http://gigaom.com/2011/10/28/guardians-n0tice-puts-a-new-twist-on-hyperlocal/</microblog:linkFull>
			<microblog:readCount>424</microblog:readCount>
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			<title>Regional publishers failed to invest in the future when flush with cash.</title>
			<description>Regional news publishers in the UK failed to invest in the future when flush with cash http://jr.ly/cibh</description>
			<link>http://jr.ly/cibh</link>
			<pubDate>Wed, 16 Nov 2011 13:59:30 GMT</pubDate>
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			<microblog:linkFull>http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/greenslade/2011/nov/16/local-newspapers-mediabusiness?CMP=twt_gu</microblog:linkFull>
			<microblog:readCount>264</microblog:readCount>
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			<title>Marshall Kirkpatrick stops writing about startups, starts one instead &#226;&#128;&#148; Tech News and Analysis.</title>
			<description>I am digging Marshall Kirkpatrick start-up idea. http://jr.ly/7ib7 He&apos;s very much the right one to do it. Good luck with it, @marshallk.</description>
			<link>http://jr.ly/7ib7</link>
			<pubDate>Tue, 15 Nov 2011 22:32:37 GMT</pubDate>
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			<microblog:linkFull>http://gigaom.com/2011/11/11/marshall-kirkpatrick-stops-writing-about-startups-starts-one-instead/</microblog:linkFull>
			<microblog:readCount>617</microblog:readCount>
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			<title>Why I quit the mainstream media - Occupy Wall Street - Salon.com.</title>
			<description>&quot;But it is also with some pride that I have stopped writing for publications that aim for journalistic objectivity.&quot; http://jr.ly/dzai</description>
			<link>http://jr.ly/dzai</link>
			<pubDate>Tue, 15 Nov 2011 19:09:14 GMT</pubDate>
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			<microblog:linkFull>http://www.salon.com/2011/11/15/why_i_quit_the_mainstream_media/</microblog:linkFull>
			<microblog:readCount>1314</microblog:readCount>
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			<description>BBC can&apos;t do some stories because it needs to avoid political bias, says its chairman. http://jr.ly/7hz4 Excellent. That will improve trust.</description>
			<link>http://jr.ly/7hz4</link>
			<pubDate>Tue, 15 Nov 2011 02:48:55 GMT</pubDate>
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			<microblog:linkFull>http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2011/nov/13/bbc-political-bias-lord-patten</microblog:linkFull>
			<microblog:readCount>553</microblog:readCount>
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			<description>Charles P. Pierce on the brutal truth about the crimes at Penn State. http://jr.ly/chuu So far the best thing I have read on this horror.</description>
			<link>http://jr.ly/chuu</link>
			<pubDate>Tue, 15 Nov 2011 02:22:36 GMT</pubDate>
			<guid>http://jr.ly/chuu</guid>
			<microblog:linkFull>http://www.grantland.com/story/_/id/7233704/the-brutal-truth-penn-state</microblog:linkFull>
			<microblog:readCount>2151</microblog:readCount>
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			<description>CJR summarizes the reactions to its &quot;future-of-news gurus are fu*king it up...&quot; essay. http://jr.ly/cj95</description>
			<link>http://jr.ly/cj95</link>
			<pubDate>Tue, 15 Nov 2011 01:59:49 GMT</pubDate>
			<guid>http://jr.ly/cj95</guid>
			<microblog:linkFull>http://www.cjr.org/the_news_frontier/debating_starkmans_confidence.php?page=all</microblog:linkFull>
			<microblog:readCount>571</microblog:readCount>
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			<description>&quot;Don&apos;t ask, don&apos;t tell&quot; doesn&apos;t work for journalists any better than it did for the U.S. military. http://jr.ly/chuf Spot on, @robpegoraro.</description>
			<link>http://jr.ly/chuf</link>
			<pubDate>Tue, 15 Nov 2011 00:08:17 GMT</pubDate>
			<guid>http://jr.ly/chuf</guid>
			<microblog:linkFull>http://robpegoraro.com/2011/11/14/dont-ask-dont-tell-doesnt-work-for-journalists-either/</microblog:linkFull>
			<microblog:readCount>612</microblog:readCount>
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			<description>The direction in which CNN&apos;s iReport is evolving is key: more like a social network than a user-generated news site. http://jr.ly/7j7m</description>
			<link>http://jr.ly/7j7m</link>
			<pubDate>Mon, 14 Nov 2011 15:48:18 GMT</pubDate>
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			<microblog:linkFull>http://www.poynter.org/latest-news/top-stories/152878/cnns-redesigned-ireport-will-look-more-like-a-social-network-than-a-news-site/</microblog:linkFull>
			<microblog:readCount>552</microblog:readCount>
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			<description>Brilliant column by @felixsalmon: The future of online advertising. http://jr.ly/7j7h</description>
			<link>http://jr.ly/7j7h</link>
			<pubDate>Mon, 14 Nov 2011 15:04:19 GMT</pubDate>
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			<microblog:linkFull>http://blogs.reuters.com/felix-salmon/2011/11/14/the-future-of-online-advertising/</microblog:linkFull>
			<microblog:readCount>1180</microblog:readCount>
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