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By Thomas Baekdal - April 2011

What You Need To Know Today (Apr/15)

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Screw you. Pay me - how to get people to pay for your work: http://j.mp/dSzAIF#freelancers

Ebook sales topped all other formats in February, including hardcover and paperback - but there are caveats http://nie.mn/e1AQL2

Wired's Newest iPad Issue Boasts Its Best Feature Yet: Free: http://t.co/3wNX7GF

Really interesting move from @WhiteHouse at tax time: A receipt for how your money is spent. http://t.co/GDeRkbU /RT @anildash

Google's Larry Page says "whatever" to Wall Street: http://read.bi/dH0Uxx

Analysing the social media industry: http://j.mp/e1Z6qU

Six Lessons for News Publishers from Seth Godin: http://j.mp/fwseIR

Evernote is starting to roll out note sharing across Twitter and Facebookhttp://nie.mn/h1z9pf

Why User-Customized Products Are the Future of Business (For Real This Time)

What works for news orgs on Foursquare? Opinion, reviews, evergreens, but maybe not the news.

Traditional media's refusal to enter the link economy: http://j.mp/g6sbw4

Finally, something to make you smile. The power of words:

 

Have a nice weekend!

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