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Storify, once a hot tool among journalists looking to tell stories using social media posts, is shutting down


Dropbox acquired a New York startup that aimed to help publishers make money -- and its service will shut down


Mashable is selling itself for $50 million to an old school magazine publisher that tried to buy Gawker



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