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By Thomas Baekdal - July 2011

What You Need To Know Today (July/15)

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Oops: Microsoft accidentally reveals secret social project: http://j.mp/oXHyUy - it is the "me too" era :)

Naive or professional?: http://j.mp/rrRvmd - yup!

State of the internet (infographic): http://j.mp/qMDczn

Very interesting: How do we measure news?: http://j.mp/pywdBa

Confusion and Skepticism May Impede 4G Adoption: http://j.mp/oUEQE9 - 34% of iPhone owners think they already have 4G.

Twitter drives 4 times as much traffic as you think it does: http://t.co/qwSZB3n - No... it generates much more than that. Most links are shared without campaign variables by your readers.

Building a Digital Audience: How Forbes Staffers and Contributors Do It: http://zite.to/n3z98l

Are we killing our customers with engagement?: http://bit.ly/mU71sj

Who's Doing It Right? Storify Empowers Journalists to Write a Different Kind of Story: http://onforb.es/oVh9M9

Poynter: Journalism student creates iPad app for recording interviews: http://bit.ly/oU2tBX

Larry Page's earnings call: http://bit.ly/qqY8lI

How to: create a Facebook page as a journalisthttp://bit.ly/rkpjXV

BBC publishes its social media guidelines for journalists: http://tnw.co/oWedym

A Better Business Doctrine: Part 2 - Give a shit.: http://bit.ly/raar3M

Are we killing our customers with engagement?: http://bit.ly/mU71sj

The Nordstrom Catalog Experiment of 2004 - 2006: Ups: http://j.mp/o3yuKD / Downs: http://j.mp/qrEvyM / FAQ: http://j.mp/ovBiim - fascinating

Google+ forces us to question who owns our digital identity | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk: http://bit.ly/pVSkCz

And finally, Why uppercase is called "uppercase" - and lowercase, lowercase: http://t.co/6byx9pA #funfact

Weird things people say in bookstores, blogged by a London writer who works in one: http://goo.gl/MVzi4 #delightful

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