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By Thomas Baekdal - February 2011

What You Need To Know Today (Feb/9)

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What does click-thru rate of 0.01% mean? 100 clicks per 1 million ad impressions! Facebook ad performance: http://goo.gl/OfFwt

Nokia's chief executive to staff: 'we are standing on a burning platform'. "We have multiple points of scorching heat that are fueling a blazing fire around us" - from Apple, Android, and from Chinese competitors that can produce a device "much faster than, as one Nokia employee said only partially in jest, 'the time that it takes us to polish a PowerPoint presentation.' They are fast, they are cheap, and they are challenging us."

The connected company: http://j.mp/g9so7z - great post!

I found it quite easy to balance work and life when I didn't have any work" http://bit.ly/dThcHv - great video about work/life balance. Take control!

Interview with @biz: Twitter Drives "Let's Watch It When It's On" Viewing http://bit.ly/eOuZJl

Mahalo's Calacanis To Other Content Farms: Be Less Crappyhttp://read.bi/fE12bS

What does an average woman look like? ...by country: http://bit.ly/ecN76O

Web Video Gets A Boost With Flash Player 10.2

Dell unveils 10-inch Windows 7 tablet. I can only assume this is for companies where IT control the business with policies that only allow Windows into the company.

And finally. How advertising agencies create a 8-year-old birthday parties:

 

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