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Snackable, sharable news from The Indie

According to a survey by Pew, 70% of people get their news links from Facebook friends rather than news sources. News has gone social and newspapers are having to adapt to survive. The latest is The Independent, whose little sister site i100 is like Reddit for current affairs.

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