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PostSubject: Making a place for your paper in multimedia   Thu Jun 14, 2007 6:31 pm

Rob Curley of the Washington Post blogged about his recent work with Facebook. The popular website allows users to create web applications (apps) and the Post wanted to be one of the first to play with the idea. Curley’s solution was quite thoughtful and creative.

http://robcurley.com/2007/05/24/washingtonpostcoms-new-facebook-app/

Curley's blog, suggested to me by Kristen Lowrey here at CNPA, is a valuable resource for any publishers interested in multimedia innovation. I recomend adidng it to your bookmarks or feed reader. Here's a link to his feed, since it's not easy to find on the page: http://robcurley.com/feed/
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