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Briefs: Ask, Joost, Digg, Sling

I’m on the road, so I’m posting in summary form…

    – NY Times: Ask.com redesigns, adds video and blogs (It looks pretty cool)
    – Business Week: Who wants to watch full TV shows on Joost? (Thanks Don!)
    – Mashable: Digg may expand to restaurant, product reviews
    – WSJ: MLB likely to soften stance with Sling (Thanks Michael! Sub req.)

Also, check out “10 obvious things about the future of newspapers.”

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