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@niemanlab archives: April 15, 2010

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Apr
The future of news, Hilarious Puppet edition http://j.mp/8ZJD1C 
 
Coming soon to a website near you: CAPTCHA advertising (via @simonowens) http://j.mp/aVygpH 
 
The Economist launches tool to highlight its site’s most commented and debated content http://j.mp/aPNY81 
 
“I believe all software is media and will be seen as such by its users.” (h/t @jasonfry) http://j.mp/9y9DTz 
 
Someone tweets a link to a New York Times story once every 4 seconds: @harrisj explains beyond the stat http://j.mp/d3oPXb 
 
Curation 2.0: The Newsonomics of content arbitrage http://j.mp/cCIREA 
 
Salon and McSweeney’s launch a new content partnership http://j.mp/8XIWVi 
 
Great context for @lkmcgann‘s Apple app-police story http://j.mp/drj9aq: @NiemanReports on editorial cartoons http://j.mp/bNyzgo 
 
Only 20% of TV newsrooms have Facebook pages, but 71% use Twitter “constantly” or “daily” (via @poynter) http://j.mp/dz660a 
 
Twitter now has 105,779,710 registered users http://j.mp/aSzASZ 
 
Mark Fiore can win a Pulitzer Prize, but he can’t get his cartoons past the Apple satire police http://j.mp/drj9aq