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By Thomas Baekdal - February 2011

What You Need To Know Today (Feb/22)

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Beth Harte on "The Return on Investment (ROI) Craze Won't Last".

An Open Letter to Apple - it seems they are going after everyone... But also read John Gruber's comment.

Demand Media Reports Fourth Quarter and Fiscal 2010 Financial Results http://j.mp/dVk9hE. Demand Media reports a profit of $1 million, but is that by dividing editorial expenses over a 5 year period?

It's Not Your CEO's Fault He's a Social Media Moron: http://j.mp/dWnOyt - Good read!

The book of the future requires collaboration, so let's start the change before we have to. http://j.mp/ggb25h - great article on the future of books!

Deseret News CEO: Newspapers have "3 years to change, or else."http://bit.ly/fWGXfG

Porsche wraps car with most loyal Facebook followers as thank-you http://ht.ly/40WNB. And, seven reasons why Porsche is winning the social media game: http://j.mp/dEZNYj

France Could Outlaw Skype For Failing To Pay For Phone Bookshttp://j.mp/dGqRcv ...Good to know the world Governments are trying to prevent change at all cost [sarcastic].

Upcoming Motorola Xoom is a beast.

 

Note: I think it is funny that they explicitly state that rather uninteresting screen graphic is simulated. What? The metal robot thingy isn't?

8 New Facebook Page Changes: What You Need to Know.

Asymmetrical mass favors, a tragedy of our commons. Insightful read.

Why Spot.us user says it "is one of the best advertising experiences I've ever had"

Amazon Unveils Streaming Service, but Amazon Prime Instant Videos Isn't a Netflix Killer - Yet.

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