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By Thomas Baekdal - August 2011

What You Need To Know Today (August/1)

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The Impact of Next-Generation Data on the Practice of Journalism: http://bit.ly/qHb8R4

Brilliant visualization of what people think the US congress should do about the debt: http://j.mp/pxbtIL

A Reader's Manifesto: http://bit.ly/p2R19F

Contest For Early Pottermore Access Leads To Massive Traffic & eBay Action | paidContent: http://bit.ly/pANC65

Farewell Flash? Adobe Launches HTML5 Web Animations Tool "Adobe Edge": http://rww.to/nznMhz

Inside Sports Illustrated: Building a Magazine for the Digital Age: http://on.mash.to/qbJ9mL

Questions for Baratunde Thurston: What The Onion can teach real news organizations about social media: http://bit.ly/ngurmH

The Bestsellers: Michael Connelly And The Art Of E-Book Price Cutting: http://bit.ly/nXfhLb

The impact of "data mining" on data journalism - interview [VIDEO]: http://bit.ly/oFRgHR

This is just brilliant: BookBook for iPhone - Wallet and iPhone case in one -: http://bit.ly/qzM7mc

The Big Idea: The Age of Hyperspecialization: http://bit.ly/of5oFK

Facebook is like talking on the phone. The "magic" is in what you say and do, not what kind of phone you have: http://bit.ly/pxNWeN

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