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@niemanlab archives: September 27, 2010

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Sep
“journalism needs a better understanding of how its products could actually be used to effect change” http://nie.mn/9YPSPA 
 
“Can’t we know people through their writing? Is face-to-face contact the only way to build strong ties?” http://nie.mn/cDTxcv 
 
Just imagining what the @niemanlab Twitter TV show would be like http://nie.mn/arBYIf 
 
Chicago’s Better Govt Assn has been investigating corruption since Al Capone. Here’s what it’s like in a digital age http://nie.mn/bGfTSY 
 
You launched your startup. Now what? http://nie.mn/btDzMH 
 
What should a good government organization look like in 2010? http://nie.mn/bGfTSY 
 
Why buy an ad on Forbes when you can buy your own blog? http://nie.mn/d6BSCx 
 
The AP is developing an app that brings the logic of ad circulars to iPads and smartphones http://nie.mn/dha1Z4 
 
“In an IM Denton sent me…he wrote, ‘You can write anything as long as you mention I tripled the traffic both times.’” http://nie.mn/9JFi29 
 
Author of the Facebook Effect lays out five myths about the networking giant http://nie.mn/94mHNu 
 
New Twitter ad platform gets mixed reviews from marketers http://nie.mn/b0hjNf 
 
Why impatience is a virtue…and also a vice http://nie.mn/a6zFrV 
 
Meet Library Systems & Services, the private company that runs the fifth-largest library system in the US http://nie.mn/ch8ufQ 
 
Pulitzer winner, en route to new gig with @WSJ, uses prize money to create fund for “Rural Computer-Assisted Reporting” http://nie.mn/ax2lbo 
 
Some news about Apple: per a Pew study, the company commands an inordinate amount of media attention http://nie.mn/9diWwf 
 
Good morning! Condé Nast creates an award for business savvy among its editors, publishers http://nie.mn/9zMRj8