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By Thomas Baekdal - January 2011

What You Need To Know Today (Jan/17)

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For Magazines, a Bitter Pill in iPad. Does Apple really give a damn about the publishing industry? http://nyti.ms/hUznwO - even better question. Do the publishers understand the digital publishing industry?

Oh... the AOL infighting between TechCrunch and Engadget continues:http://bit.ly/gfEfHm - talk about lose cannons

In Italy, Internet decreases as principal source of news. Not sure what to make of this. Italy follows the same trend, just a lot slower because the newspaper industry was never that big to begin with.

Study shows that people read far more emails on the iPhone (PDF) than on any other mobile device.

Frank Chimero has come up with an unusual way keep on track if you are reaching your financial goals - using a simple whiteboard.

20 predictions for the next 25 years - and some wishful thinking.

Studies show that you don' know one-fifth of your friends on Facebook. Then All Facebook goes on to erroneously link that to virus andmalware attacks - suggestion you delete all the people you don't know to be safe. The fact is that you are much more likely to click on a link from a trusted friend, than a stranger.

Amazon Opens Shops On Facebook.

Facebook Grants Developers Access To Home Addresses - Trouble Waiting To Happen? Short answer, Yes... and no. The problem isn't Facebook, but why any 3rd party would need that (article coming).

Scott Mckain have a great article on how FedEx is trying to convince him that he don't know the color of his own house. Important lesson in customers interaction.

L2 Think Tank analyses the beauty industry: "Reallocation of capital from print to digital channels will be a critical driver of shareholder value for beauty brands moving forward." - report here (PDF). Although they are far too focused on social buzzwords like time spend, how many social widgets they use, traffic etc. They need to connect that to actually sale.

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