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By Thomas Baekdal - February 2011

What You Need To Know Today (Feb/24)

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Virgin America on Why Twitter, Facebook Are More Important Than TV:http://j.mp/e469Pg

Ebooks are 79% of O'Reilly's book sales! "Print is declining, but ebooks are skyrocketing faster." http://oreil.ly/eRyQjg

Infographic of the Day: The World Lives On Facebook: http://bit.ly/fxnN63

Apple charges $0.99 for the Mac FaceTime App - people are not happy:http://j.mp/htDXd9. Oatmeal puts it into perspective.

Study Finds the Internet Makes Youth More Engaged Citizenshttp://rww.to/gmXb4j

Piracy once again fails to get in way of record box office. Although number of tickets sold actually dropped 5%.

Check Out How Thin The Latest Issue Of Time Magazine Is! -http://j.mp/fjqcnG

Apparently Microsoft believes that 10% failed updates are an acceptable error rate: http://j.mp/fx78vk

Intel's Thunderbolt to Strike at Media Transfer. Once port, wicket fast.

Press Pause Play, a film about hope, fear, and digital culture:

 
 

2010 State of the Computer Book Market, Post 1 - Overall Market

The Wall Streetization of Marketing.

Now Anyone Can Sync Google Docs & Microsoft Office.

Scott Adams on has an idea for a better husband app.

And finally Domo: The one Launch presentation you must watch (video)... weird!

If I were going to invest in a company, it would be Domo," said Israeli investor Yossi Vardi. "If you're going to lose your money, at least have some fun.
 

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