Guardian Loses Fight for Web Readers Even After Taking Out Murdoch Tabloid-Bloomberg: http://bloom.bg/oOFcWy
The end of the PC era: http://bit.ly/oWklJo
Liveblogging HP's "Everything Including the Kitchen Sink" Conference Call: http://dthin.gs/oasmEB
Hewlett-Packard Kills webOS Devices to Save webOS: http://rww.to/qYJ4Dn
Ten things every journalism student should know: http://t.co/zj77xjO
The Daily Mail knowingly and commercially used photos despite being denied permission: http://j.mp/mSkTYX
The World's Highest-Paid Authors: http://j.mp/n79ztA-and hardcovers dropped 23% in the first half of 2011
HTML5 vs. native app: which is best, or is there an alternative?: http://bit.ly/oQi44R
Twitter users are more likely to impact your brand than any other social network: http://t.co/wMN470a
For my newspaper friends in Scandinavia (In Danish): Dramatisk nedtur for dagbladene-alle oplag under 100.000: http://j.mp/pzo2iS
Here Comes Amazon Publishing, With First Author...And A (Polite) War Cry: http://cnt.to/oU6
How to: know when to use photos from social media: http://bit.ly/oTr8qm-In short, it is a mess. BBC cannot define the law. The law is simple. You can embed photos/vidoes that are embeddable, you cannot republish without permission.
Identifying Your Real Readers, Not Just Traffic: http://t.co/ujP3JW2
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