I couldn’t help but chuckle, as two stories came to my attention in a very short period of time:
- [Telegraph Plans to Charge for Online Content [£]](http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/c1b70b9e-fc8b-11df-a9c5-00144feab49a.html) – The *FT* reports that *The Telegraph* is contemplating some sort of paywall, next year, probably. (Can I vague that up a little for you?) - [LinkedIn Launches Share Button](http://mashable.com/2010/11/30/linkedin-launches-share-button/) – Meanwhile, LinkedIn is making it easy for publishers to make it easy for readers to share links (Follow? Good.)
So, which way are you going? Towards more sharable content or less?
*(And yes, I’ve added the LinkedIn Share button already)*
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