Nieman Journalism Lab
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@niemanlab archives: April 16, 2010

“Although style listings are not an ‘American Idol’ popularity vote, it is important to us to listen to our readers.” 
Great take from @niemanstory: “If you can pair up efficiently with someone, it can work to everyone’s advantage.” 
Responding to reader input, AP Stylebook (the real one!) officially changes “Web site” to “website” 
Satire police update: Apple to reconsider keeping Mark Fiore’s cartoon app off the iPhone 
Google tips its servers: a visualization of the search giant’s ginormousness (via @Gizmodo) 
A small move with big implications: Google’s auto-suggest feature becomes more local 
“This is about journalism integrity”: @dangillmor reacts to our Apple app rejection story 
Yesterday, @c4fcm hosted “Civics in Difficult Places,” a global call-in show with @ethanz. The podcast: 
The Library of Congress doesn’t know if you’ll be able to opt out of its Twitter archive 
This Week in Review: News talk and tips at ASNE, iPad’s ‘walled garden,’ and news execs look for revenue