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By Thomas Baekdal - January 2011

What You Need To Know Today (Jan/21)

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Amazon increases focus on "Kindle Direct Publishing": http://bit.ly/gVexAk - allowing everyone to publish ebooks.

Good data to have: Mobile Usage Stats for USA, Europe and Japan [Infographic] http://bit.ly/eHvzpS

Google tries to convince the world that the search results aren't full of spam: http://bit.ly/g63hMa

Developers Share Mac App Store Sales Figures http://rww.to/ggt3Cp RT @RWW - the real test will be in 6 months.

Ken Auletta: Why Is Eric Schmidt Stepping Down? http://nyr.kr/geRnrp - good insight!

What do the 16 digits on a credit card mean? [infographic]

comScore: Web and Mobile Email Headed In Different Directions. People are increasingly using their mobiles to check emails.

Survey: Only 25% Want to Share TV Habits With Friends.

Top Posts Filter Surfaces the Best User Content on Facebook Page Walls.

Scott Mckain further reflects on the importance of a good corporate culture, after his trouble with FedEx.

Also, in case you haven't seen it. Paying for Online Content as Popular as Ecommerce. The trend all points to the same thing, which is that people are starting to accept to pay for content online.

And finally, just something for the weekend. The Mystery of Walking in a Straight Line.

Have a nice weekend!

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