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Prohibition, Mario in the Metro, and Levi’s Loses its Name (#3Links)

A very simply string, #3Links offers a selection of interesting articles chosen among our reading lists of the last few days.

How PBS used GetGlue to promote Ken Burns’ “Prohibition”

 Nieman Journalism Lab, which I only discovered recently, always offers great content (especially through its real-time analysis tool, Fuego). This week, it published a case study on the PBS production of Ken Burns’ “Prohibition”, and how over 8.5 million people viewed the check-ins via GetGlue.

The Geekiest Subway Station in the World Universe?

From Prohibition, we move on to a lighter topic. Publigeekaire shows us a Stockholm metro station with an uber-nerd style. Very #geek chic.

Levis Rebrands with Wordless Red Tag

We send you off with a link about branding, at Singlemeasures (taken from Logolounge). It presents the newest incarnation of the Levi’s brand. The manufacturer has taken out the Levi’s logo where it usually appears with the product’s name. Interesting.

And you, what reads caught your attention this week? Share them in the Comments section below.