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By Thomas Baekdal - March 2012

What You Need To Know This Week (March/2)

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Numbers show that newspapers are indeed doing more with less: http://t.co/w4c5xHH5

Mark Cuban to TV Networks: Start Charging for Content!: http://t.co/2M9nuDEn <= Mark Cuban to TV Networks: Start Charging for Content

Facebook adds new public data to page Timelines, lets businesses assess competitors: http://t.co/df6igtYH <= I like this!

Ebooks: The Giant Disruption: http://ow.ly/9jayk

Labels And Spotify Still Struggle To Convince Some Artists On Stream Rates http://ow.ly/9jAeh

AT&T's Dual-Sided Pipe is Bad for Developers...This got to be stopped! People do not need even more excuses to not pay.

Apple has rejected Seth Godin's new book: http://ow.ly/9kZwr...because it contains links to other books. And follow up with: An ebookstore is more like a web browser than a bookstore: http://t.co/zBT5emdy

Interesting new site: BBC Future.

3 in 10 display ads delivered are never seen http://bit.ly/zuEu0L

Print newspaper advertising revenue adjusted for inflation, 1950 to 2011

How Apple's top secret product development process works >> The Next Web http://tnw.co/wvA2Gq

Not the real iPad 3 ...but cool!

Study: Only 1% of Facebook 'Fans' Engage With Brands: http://ow.ly/9mQWA ...but I think they are looking at it wrong.

For Impatient Web Users, an Eye Blink Is Just Too Long to Wait:

There's always a story behind the work. http://flpbd.it/1iAeO <= excellent!!

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