AP Stylebook Gets Hip To Twitter|Newspaper Wages Inexplicably Up For The Year|PBS Cuts Back|J-School Grads Find Jobs!|NYT Keeps Track Of Tricky Words

GalleyCat: The AP Stylebook has embraced Twitter.

Editor & Publisher: A salary survey concluded that, despite the recession, newspaper wages in the U.S. and Canada increased 2.1 percent from 2008 to 2009.

Broadcasting & Cable: PBS instituted staff cutbacks and temporary salary and benefit reductions today. It also seems that some staffers got the axe yesterday as well. The public broadcaster has cut 45 positions in the past six months, through layoffs and unfilled positions.

Daily Finance: Maybe all hope is not lost. Recent J-school grads are getting jobs.

Nieman Journalism Lab: The New York Times mines its data to find words that drive readers to the dictionary. There’s a chart highlighting the worst offenders. Our favorite? Number 17, feckless, which means incompetent or useless.