Forrester predicts at US Tablet Sales Will More Than Double This Year - surpassing the sales of PC by a wide margin.
Fred Wilson writes a good article on how "Mobile Economics Will Trend Toward Web Economics"
RIM shows off more of the upcoming Blackberry PayBook - plays the "we support Flash" card. I don't think they get it.We do not really want a desktop experience. We want a tablet experience.
Did StumbleUpon just pass Facebook for social media traffic? http://bit.ly/eSUnZ1 - It's likely. StumbleUpon is already 9 times bigger than Facebook here on Baekdal.
Is there really any hope for paid digital content?: http://bit.ly/gRnH5r - in short? Yes. But we need to get rid of the junk first.
Almost One-Third Of Internet Users Plan To Buy A Kindle - http://read.bi/fsyD7q
Google is rumored to build a new payment service, possible build on near-field communication: In the Works: A Google Mobile Payment Service?
An interesting Entrepreneurial Journalism Information Session Video with Jeff Jarvis and Jeremy Caplan - if you are interested in this field of study. "What Stanford and MIT do for Technology, we hope to do for Journalism" - Jeff Jarvis. It is information for what new students are going into.
Olivier Blanchard has a fun little post where he answers about the god and bad things about marketing.
This isn't happiness created a fun graph about the old saying "pick two"
Interesting article about how the media tends to escalate topics way out of proportion in "The News Revolution: An Attack on Pop Media"
Scott Mckain explores the question of "When do you make a change?"
...and the Ad Contrarian explores "Creativity without Talent."
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