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The Financial Times is sometimes more intelligent in its analysis than it is quick in its breaking news. But it’s not passing up on the latt…

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The Financial Times is sometimes more intelligent in its analysis than it is quick in its breaking news. But it’s not passing up on the latter – in fact, it’s embracing it. It took out this full-page ad in its print edition, directing readers to its many Twitter feeds (scan from TalkingNewsBiz via J.co.uk)…

And Twitter’s not the only place you’ll get to read the Financial Times. The future looks so rosy for paid access models that they have become the default news option even on distant future worlds like Caprica (in the sci-fi TV series of the same name), as Michael Roston spotted in the latest episode (via @tim)…

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