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By Thomas Baekdal - April 2011

What You Need To Know Today (Apr/18)

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Why Does The Entertainment Industry Seek To Kill Any Innovation That's Helping It Adapt? http://j.mp/gkbQqv

Scientists concerned that information overload damages the brain: http://ping.fm/ed3Yr

The four horsemen of media - here comes tiny media: http://j.mp/eacEZa

How the mobile web will win.

Future Is in Creating Strategies, Not Copying Tactics.

Is Moorea Microsoft's "Killer App" for Tablets? Well, if it is, there ie not much hope for them.

Twitter In Talks To Buy TweetDeck [REPORT].

RIM, Caught Between Work And Whimsy, Has Lost Its Way.

GDC 2011: The Game of Platform Power.

When New Gets Old.

Social networking tips for mainstream media.

Foursquare breaks 3 million checkins per day.

Two of the things that make a book, a book.

Photo tour of Facebook's new datacenter.

Financial Times Says Digital Subscriptions Up 8 Percent So Far This Year.

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