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By Thomas Baekdal - August 2011

What You Need To Know Today (August/9)

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Newspaper giant Tribune Co. developing tablet device: http://j.mp/rrlRqD-umm ...okay. What's next? Create your own web browser? Many digital companies tried that in the early 2000s, it didn't work. Nobody wanted a branded browser.

Amazon's New(ish) Social Network. Now Lifting Even More Info From Facebook, Twitter: http://j.mp/p5xImC

How The BBC Is Quietly, Confidently Shaping The Future Of TV: http://bit.ly/oqqElF

Anatomy of a HTML5 Mobile App: http://bit.ly/oKTPPx

NYT Labs: Can a newspaper think like a startup?: http://j.mp/p3N2kQ

What is a Violation of Privacy?: http://bit.ly/oCmkSe

Who receives the "Ultimate Customer Experience"?: http://bit.ly/oKiqIA

New media and the erosion of expertise, in a nutshell: http://j.mp/nam1pB

When Akamai goes down, it takes the Internet with it: http://bit.ly/oZlS9T

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