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7:50 PM ET, March 10, 2011

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Bill Keller / New York Times:
All the Aggregation That's Fit to Aggregate  —  According to the list makers at Forbes, I am the 50th most powerful person in the world — not as powerful as the Pope (No. 5) but more powerful than the president of the United Arab Emirates (56).  Vanity Fair, another arbiter of what matters …
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Hamilton Nolan / Gawker:
Bill Keller Writes Provocative Media Column From 1997  —  When we learned that New York Times editor Bill Keller was getting his very own column in the New York Times Magazine, our keen media instinct—honed by years of reading the Twitter and writing juvenile jokes on the internet while never doing any …
Arianna Huffington / The Huffington Post:
Bill Keller Accuses Me of “Aggregating” an Idea He Had Actually “Aggregated” From Me  —  Perhaps unsettled by the fact that, when combined, The Huffington Post and AOL News have over 70 percent more unique visitors than the New York Times, and that HuffPost/AOL News' combined page views …
Nicholas Carlson / SAI:
THE GORY DETAILS: Tim Armstrong's Layoffs Memo  —  UPDATE: We've been covering AOL's layoffs all morning long.  Below is a memo from CEO Tim Armstrong detailing what's happening.  —  Other stories we've covered:  — AOL is planning a big re-org in its tech division, with HuffPo's people getting a bigger role.
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Kara Swisher / BoomTown:
Exclusive: AOL Will Lay Off Several Hundred Employees, Starting Tomorrow
Ken Doctor / Nieman Journalism Lab:
The newsonomics of AOL/Patch buying Outside.in
Nicholas Carlson / The Wire:
AOL To Slash More Destination Sites And Media Brands Than Expected
Discussion: Mixed Media and SAI
Sam Gustin / Epicenter:
Veteran Journos Out as AOL-Huffington Cuts 900 Jobs
Discussion: MediaFile and Racked National
Wall Street Journal:
Video Kills the Radio Czar  —  CEO Is Second NPR Executive to Resign Following Activist's Sting Operation  —  The head of National Public Radio quit under fire as the organization became ensnared in a fresh scandal at a time when Congress is debating whether to pull its government funding.
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TechCrunch:
LinkedIn Is About To Make Headlines  —  Editor's note: The following guest post was written by Mrinal Desai, an early employee of LinkedIn who is also co-founder of CrossLoop and addappt.  You can follow him on Twitter.  —  A lot has been written about social news and how Twitter and Facebook …
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Tim Carmody / Nieman Journalism Lab:
“Journalists have lost control of the story”: Twitter, tech bubbles, and the nostalgia of the technology press  —  Editor's Note: I'm very happy to welcome Tim Carmody — who you may know from Snarkmarket, kottke.org, Wired.com, Twitter, or elsewhere — as a contributor to the Lab.
Joe Pompeo / Yahoo! News:
NY Times responds to backlash against portrayal of 11-year-old rape victim  —  The New York Times came under attack Wednesday from bloggers claiming that James C. McKinley Jr.'s disturbing March 8 article about the alleged gang-rape of an 11-year-old girl laid blame on the prepubescent victim.
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Lauren Indvik / Mashable!:
How The New York Times Is Incorporating Social & Algorithmic Recommendations  —  The New York Times released Thursday a finished version of the Recommendations platform it quietly introduced in beta in late January.  —  Available at nytimes.com/recommendations and on the “Recommended For You” …
Discussion: Nieman Journalism Lab and Cision
Knight Blog Administrator / KnightBlog:
Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism opens at CUNY  —  In this photo: Marissa Mayer and Tim Armstrong discuss the future of news; Credit: Dan Reshef  —  The Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism officially opened this week at the Graduate School of Journalism of the City University of New York.
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Justin Ellis / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Why the Knight-Mozilla Technology Partnership is betting on open source and distributed innovation  —  How exactly do we Firefox the news?  —  It's a question to ask now that the Knight Foundation has partnered with Mozilla to create news technology fellowships to help spur innovation in newsrooms.
Farhad Manjoo / Slate:
Why we need to get rid of anonymous comments.  —  Once or twice a week, I get a letter taking me to task for Slate's commenting policy.  The reader wants to tell me that I suck, but he doesn't want to log in to Slate's comment system using his credentials for Facebook, Google, Yahoo, or Twitter.
Discussion: Future of Journalism, Thanks:malliegator
Wall Street Journal:
Hulu Plans to Shrink Its Board  —  Hulu LLC is planning to shrink its board, according to people familiar with the matter, shaking up the Web-video venture's governance as it hashes out its future within the media business.  —  As part of the shift, Walt Disney Co. Chief Executive Bob Iger …
Discussion: @learmonth
Martin Belam / currybetdotnet:
The Guardian's Paul Lewis on crowd-sourcing investigative journalism with Twitter … Last week I attended an event at the Royal Statistical Society looking at data and news sourcing, and one of the panel sessions was about crowd-sourcing using the internet.
Discussion: Jon Slattery
Mathew Ingram / GigaOM:
The Race to Build the “Daily Me” Continues  —  Ever since the web first started to become mainstream, there have been attempts to build the “Daily Me,” a personalized newspaper that learns what you like or are interested in (does anyone remember PointCast?).
 
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