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@niemanlab archives: September 10, 2010

Lessons on angel investing…internationally 
All the week’s news that’s fit to review 
Looking for great weekend reading? Instapaper this great Q&A with history-of-print scholar Andrew Pettegree 
“What if you take the 50 people on skid row mostly likely to die & give them a place to live?” 
Voulez-vous chercher avec moi…? Google to create “European institute for culture” in France (via @iwantmedia
“We hope the last year has proven that we come in peace”: @KatchesCW reflects on @CaliforniaWatch‘s first year 
“No book printed until it’s sold”: new collective aims to overcome inefficiencies in book publishing 
The ad for its new iPad app manages to promote Newsday’s app and its print product at once 
“Illuminate dark places”: @NiemanReports on what the Pulitzer Center has learned investing in international journalism 
“Engine of innovation”: @Poynter takes a comprehensive look at @NPR‘s plans for its API 
“World, meet Pixel Ping”: @ProPublica open-sources a lightweight stats tracker 
Web users in the US now spend more time socializing on Facebook than searching on Google 
Press release: American Public Media is looking for a new CEO 
This week in review: news orgs and metrics overload, Google changes search and NPR goes local 
Looks like the NYT is planning a social news service 
Wikileaks readies another round of war documents 
Reviving Ground Zero: fantastic multimedia infographic from @NYTimes 
Good morning! Apple’s changes to app development rules could be a boost to mobile advertising