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By Thomas Baekdal - February 2011

What You Need To Know Today (Feb/8)

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Techcrunch has a lengthy interview with Seth Godin. Watch part one and part two.

Why do people follow brands on Facebook?: http://j.mp/eT5zC5.

Report: How To Create Amazing Facebook Pages: http://j.mp/iiAiiG

Facebook Rolls Out Real-Time Commenting to All Users.

Twitpic Brings Video to Twitter. YouTube, why didn't you take this opportunity?

Jay Baer and Amber Naslund's new book "7 Shifts to Make Your Business Faster, Smarter and More Social" is now available. Haven't read it yet, but it sound interesting.

Hulu's thoughts about the future of TV: http://j.mp/dPB69v

Here is why Reuters get it, and AP and Yahoo don't. http://j.mp/ijHDbw You leverage what's out there.

Millions of dollars are spent to make a point that is highly relevant to clients, but meaningless to consumers: http://j.mp/i2f12E

Newspaper publishers warn Apple over iTunes sales. The trend in Europe is clear. Publishers do not want to pay Apple a 30% tax on services the media is providing directly to the reader.

How Gawker's redesign subverts the scannable culture of the Internet it helped create

Cutting Through The Noise: Tying Social Media Program to Business Objectives.

Layers Chrome App Puts a New Spin on Social Aggregation

Why Quora & Social Media Experts Don't Mix. This is not going to end well.

Study: What do customers want from travel websites?

Study: Web Email Usage Declines, 59% Among Teens!

Study: Top Reasons Why Consumers Unsubscribe Via E-Mail, Facebook & Twitter

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