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By Thomas Baekdal - August 2011

What You Need To Know Today (August/31)

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Salt and Pepper Simplicity: http://t.co/aDJ003a

Social CRM: A definition: http://t.co/MPBk8uD

Older Facebook Users Click On Ads, Younger Ones Only 'Like': http://bit.ly/opUALz

Most FT Readers Have Already Ditched iOS App, But It Can Still Make Money: http://bit.ly/qbLAZf

The Ad Contrarian on the Future of Apple: http://bit.ly/pbmu12

Top trending: Identifying Your Real Readers, Not Just Traffic: http://t.co/iDHlfvk

Top 50 Social Media Blogs of 2011: http://j.mp/qCnLDw-Great list, but I think they forgot one ;)

CNN Acquires Zite: http://bit.ly/ot6Jah

Why CNN Acquired Zite [INTERVIEW]: http://j.mp/pHL7tN

7 tech predictions for the future from a Google Creative Director: http://j.mp/prr5ef

A Journalist's Take on Producing Editorial Content for Brands: http://bit.ly/n8HqpJ

Think Better, not Think Different: http://t.co/A3XX1bU

Curtis Agency, E-Reads Launch Program to Neutralize Pirates: http://bit.ly/nZ1exv ...Not the way to solve the problem.

Q&A: Delicious Founder Joshua Schachter on His Next Act, Jig-Liz: http://dthin.gs/oXOz5L

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