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By Thomas Baekdal - April 2011

What You Need To Know Today (Apr/8)

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YouTube is going LIVE: http://j.mp/fEsaAq

Journalism 2.0 Didn't Kill Anyone, and Neither Did Old Media:http://j.mp/hqc7RX - spot on!

ShopSocially Debuts Social Sharing Tool For Retailers: http://j.mp/hBl2yF

Only 25% of UK retailers respond to Twitter questions from customers, and NONE follow back! http://bit.ly/gc2cze

Spam, spam, spam: Twitter's arms race: http://t.co/Mej3PbO

A chart showing how the world is going mobile.

Google News founder Krishna Bharat: For news consumers, "the whole experience is what counts"

Google Hotpot is going Places.

State of the Chinese Internet (presentation).

Journalists on Twitter: how do Britain's news organisations tweet?

KLM continues to surprise users on Twitter.

 

Dear Google: You Can't Threaten People Into Being Social.

The Seven Most Interesting Startups At 500 Startups Demo Day (TCTV).

Report: Digital Lives of Boomers: Reaching Them Online.

Geoff Livingston on "Let Brands Be Brands."

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