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Links 1 through 10 of 25 by Robin Hamman tagged washingtonpost

A really interesting multimedia, data slicing project about the secret, anti-terror organisations that sprung up across America following September 11, how they are connected, what businesses are involved, etc etc

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Late Friday afternoon, Washington Post (NYSE: WPO) Senior Editor Milton Coleman sent a memo to the staff with a social media policy—effectively immediately—aimed at staffers’ use of “individual accounts on online social networks, when used for reporting and for personal use.”

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Four of the five main online forums that al-Qaeda's media wing uses to distribute statements by Osama bin Laden and other extremists have been disabled since mid-September, monitors of the Web sites say.

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"It's hard to imagine a newspaper becoming a social application like Facebook," she said. Newspapers will 'never have that reach' as it's a 'completely different model'.

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"So Vargas looked Perkins up on Facebook, and found his profile. "Basically, I clicked "add to friends" and he was actually sitting at his desk at that moment," Vargas said..."

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"Owen Thomas says he has heard that Digg is close to a deal to be acquired for about $300-million, but not by Google or Yahoo or one of the usual Web suspects — by a traditional media entity like the New York Times or the Washington Post."

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Readers leaving comments on news sites using Pluck's SiteLife technology - like The Washington Post and Economist.com - will be given the option of having notification of their comment appear automatically on the profile pages of certain social network

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Washington Post app lets facebook users pull in and sort content, then share. Nice.

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"A local Washington paper has reprinted the Washington Post’s guide for in-house bloggers [HT: Lost Remote]. It isn’t exactly the secret recipe for Coca-Cola, but hey...here it is."

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The localised audience accounts for 10% of traffic, but 90% of page views and 60% of advertising revenue, so those local user behave very differently.

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