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@niemanlab archives: August 4, 2009

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@IngridBee Haha, if you need more than 140 characters, the question’s also on the table here: http://www.facebook.com/niemanlab 
 
For a panel @jbenton is appearing on: What one thing should journalism professors know about the future of editing? Thoughts? Thanks! 
 
Movement to revive the Committee to Protect Bloggers http://tr.im/vsFW (HT @marshallk
 
@ultraknowledge Thanks for the heads up. Sluggish day for @trimurls, I guess. But it’s off-and-on, so might work if you try again. 
 
@michaelluo Nice! Any tips for wading through 143 comments to find those worth a reply? Other reporters say quantity is biggest obstacle. 
 
“You can become an expert just by looking at it.” How GOOD Magazine conceives its awesome infographics http://tr.im/vqug 
 
To promote mobile innovation, new FCC chairmain wants “more spectrum” http://tr.im/vqrG (He owns a BlackBerry *and* iPhone.) 
 
The Guardian’s information architect offers a slew of tips for designing news apps that are easy to use http://tr.im/vqtj 
 
A closer look at PaperG, the young startup that’s trying to beat Google AdSense in local advertising http://tr.im/vqw3 
 
Financial Times, with 20% of revenue in digital, charges £2,500 a year for premium Chinese business news http://tr.im/vqpm 
 
Good morning! The company behind I Can Has Cheezburger and Fail Blog draws 6.5 million page views a day http://tr.im/vqnj