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@niemanlab archives: September 14, 2010

14
Sep
Bing catches Yahoo as second most popular search engine to Google http://nie.mn/bizga8 
 
Web metrics as democratization of content http://nie.mn/9JDsdW 
 
Gawker announces changes to commenting system, more disciplinary powers for bad behavior http://nie.mn/blC7HC 
 
SEO not the threat to journalism some fear http://nie.mn/bZ3uzL 
 
Can games be a form of journalism? http://nie.mn/bX47Su 
 
“Squeezing humanity through a straw”: the long-term consequences of using metrics and journalism http://nie.mn/9JDsdW 
 
Why SEO and audience tracking won’t kill journalism as we know it http://nie.mn/bZ3uzL 
 
When journalists talk about collaboration as the future, maybe we just didn’t notice it was the past too http://nie.mn/9qN96p 
 
Online journalism or journalism online: is there a difference? http://nie.mn/aSBADF 
 
“I believe human editing plus automation have always been and will always be needed for top-notch aggregation.” http://nie.mn/aWT9np 
 
AOL’s mass hiring for local Patch sites still underway http://nie.mn/bevD7z 
 
Conversation, collaboration, chickens: How @susanorlean uses Twitter to expand her writing http://nie.mn/9EoQTD 
 
Five Pew findings suggest news orgs should pay attention to apps (embargo actually lifted) http://nie.mn/ax2pzK 
 
The Atlantic’s new tech vertical will take a “broader and more cultural view of technology” http://nie.mn/cvkRmq 
 
Revenue where you can get it: WaPo to start running front page ads http://nie.mn/bEi4Ye 
 
Apologies to Pew: we jumped the gun on an embargo by mistake. We’ll repost their study on app use tomorrow morning http://nie.mn/ax2pzK 
 
Good morning! New Pew study finds at least five reasons news orgs should think about apps http://nie.mn/ax2pzK