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By Thomas Baekdal - April 2011

What You Need To Know Today (Apr/4)

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Newspapers are pocketing three times more ad dollars than their mindshare justify: http://j.mp/h7YrpS

StumbleUpon Hits 800 Million "Stumbles" A Month: http://read.bi/h3bcsS

The accidental website visitor: http://j.mp/efbaYz

Future of social networks: Will Facebook remain the one network to rule them all? http://j.mp/gKQs1K

This is why I love Apple. They have their faults, but their philosophy is brilliant!

 

Would love to see the real study behind this graph: Facebook Has Little Effect On What You Buy Online http://j.mp/dXqkYa

Zite incident shows why publishers need to enable automatic, controlled content distribution http://v.zite.com/hoqDrH

Why should writers work for no pay? http://j.mp/dV9Cxn

F-commerce statistics roundup: Facebook commerce by the numbers.

Letter.ly Abrupt.ly Loses Domain Name As A Result Of The War In Libya.

Kevin Rose's newest mobile app development gig: Milk.

Android is a mess, say developers. But the survey is highly biased in its questioning.

Tumblr's Mark Coatney: Do Most Websites Treat Commenters As Second Class Citizens? [Video]

Seven truths about online influence.

When Netizens Attack! Five Most Common Tactics of the Opposition & How to Handle Them.

IT'S OFFICIAL: AOL Fires Freelancers. But have been invited to continue contributing for free. Here is a hint: Don't threat people like cattle. It is pretty much the worst thing a manager can do.

Obama's Re-election Campaign Puts Facebook Front And Center, Literally.

Bonnier Gives Away Its New iPad Magazine Builder. But you still have to pay for publishing.

Train Wreck! The 3 Types of Self-Destructive Corporate Tweets. But there is also a 4th, and worse type of tweet... broadcasting marketing messages in as tweets.

What Do Kids Say Is The Biggest Obstacle To Technology At School? Don't filter the internet!

Every Writer Can Learn From This Thirteen-Year-Old Girl!:http://j.mp/iiGui6

Who Cares More, Coke or Pepsi?

And finally, Here is a remake of the civil unrest in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya - Angry Birds style.

 

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