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By Thomas Baekdal - March 2012

What You Need To Know This Week (March/31)

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Ex-Microsoft Xbox director turns to Kickstarter to fund book: http://t.co/KxSXCLzJ

Scandinavian audience expressed distrust of the media (study): http://t.co/aSZjWW71 (in Norwegian) - translated: http://t.co/D8X6cJ9b

Arthur C. Clarke was a brilliant man - his predictions in 1974: http://t.co/slCM7KhT

RIM won't save itself by withdrawing from consumer markets: http://t.co/YZOlc2R8

"If publishers can overcome their fear of piracy they will have an enormous weapon to fight Amazon": http://t.co/bOWW0qba (Amen!)

Paper for iPad Hands-On: So This Is What Microsoft's Former Courier Employees Were Working On: http://t.co/SKSrIYsL

Google Unveils New Revenue Option for Publishers: http://t.co/5o4jAZiJ <= Crap!! You are asking people to sell their privacy for content.

If customers have bought much of the stuff they will ever buy; will they make room for you?: http://t.co/RPVwQDUN <= great!

Tumblr hits 20 billion posts, nears 50 million hosted blogs:http://ow.ly/9WTel <= impressive!

Self-Driving Car Test: Steve Mahan: http://ow.ly/9WLZR - this is cool!! (hint: He is 95% blind)

What book publishers should learn from Harry Potter:http://ow.ly/9VgTO <= Interesting

An Indepth article of the problems with Condé Nast on the iPad.

Mobile and the news media's imploding business model.

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