Tech Cos. Share Ideas About Charging For Content|Tina Brown Talks Wintour|Remembering Dominick Dunne|HuffPo Uses Twitter For Headline Writing

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Associated Press: The Newspaper Association of America has asked IBM, Microsoft, Oracle and Google to come up with ideas about how media companies can easily charge for content on the Web.

Daily Beast: Tina Brown on Vogue editrix Anna Wintour’s recent spate of good press.

New York Times: Remembering Dominick Dunne at his memorial on Thursday.

Huffington Post: The Huffington Post crowdsources a headline for a story about Congressman Joe Wilson via Twitter. The result? “I’m Sorry…Send Me Money.”