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By Thomas Baekdal - January 2011

What You Need To Know Today (jan/27)

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These mobile devices are the of Gutenberg presses of our generation. This is not a bubble, this is a revolution. Is The Mobile Phone Our Social Net?

INMA releases tablet report, announces Apple-inspired Tablet Subscriptions Roundtable: http://j.mp/gwTsJ4

Hulu Reworks Its Script as Digital Change Hits TV: Will they be able to keep the lead?

When Good Service Goes Bad http://bit.ly/fI69vR

TED Starts an E-Books Line: http://j.mp/gpcv5e

Larry Page's Google 3.0. The company co-founder and his star deputies are trying to root out bureaucracy and rediscover the nimble moves of youth.

Are You a Rebel or a Leader?

Congratulations, Demand Media. You're Still Pretty Dumb.

Yahoo confirms job cuts amid declining revenues.

The Old Spice Guy Returns [VIDEO]. I think they have realized they need another one-night stand.

Building Better Social Graphs (continued)

It was only a matter of time: instaLegal scholars announce that "virtual" property must be divided or reimbursed in divorce proceedings: http://bit.ly/fvqdPY

And finally, The Journal of Universal Rejection, where everything you submit will be turned down *guaranteed* http://goo.gl/Z6Sa0

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