Tweet war: Twitter Suspends UberMedia Clients For Privacy And Monetization Violations, Trademark Infringement: http://j.mp/eH46gN
Facebook Posts Are 3 Times More Powerful Than Tweets. The group buying startup ChompOn has calculated the value of a Facebook posting in driving social shopping - at $14, it's nearly three times what a Tweet is worth. And likes are worth $8.
Note: Need to take a closer look at this study. One problem is that "None of their analysis captures long-term value of customers acquired through these social channels"
President Barack Obama joins a toast with Technology Business Leaders at a dinner in Woodside. All the big shots where there, except Microsoft.
(Of course, The Oatmeal has an opinion about that #funny)
Interesting article about social "A Better Social Web Exists".
Justice Department and FTC looking into Whether Apple's Digital-Subscription Rules Stifle Competition: http://j.mp/hQtGch
Last.fm's CEO is not pleased with Apple pricing monopoly. Apple Just F****d Over Online Music Subsriptions.
This below graph says it all. From Mediehusanalyser 2010: http://j.mp/fOcbnh (PDF in Norwegian). What do you think will happen in the next five years?
Note: Study from Norway.
Publishers State Their Demands To Tablet Platforms: http://j.mp/eLXJRS
Do The Math: Here's The Percentage Cut Apple And Google Should Be Taking: http://j.mp/eBbpX5
The true cost of publishing on the Amazon Kindle: http://j.mp/dJvamu
Inside Twitter's Sales Machine: A Secret Guide for Advertisers (Video):http://j.mp/h1z25N
The 15 Most Brilliant New Ideas We've Seen This Winter: http://read.bi/ejZyUk
Seth Godin on "Two paths for successful group events".
Study: 83 percent watched Web video in January: http://j.mp/gxY8c4
Great example of an honest mistake - When good tweets go bad:http://cot.ag/gjUc3w. How Red Cross saved a stray Tweet.
Seven Questions That Will Decide Mobile's Future - Part One.
And finally, something for a casual friday: Your BRAIN makes the decisions you THINK you make six seconds before you make them.
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