AP will now link back to newspapers that get scoops: http://nie.mn/pAoKMt - They are crazy with all these newfangled ideas! ... but they are still just linking to other newspapers. We have yet to see them link to the actual source of the news. Or even include links when they are merely quoting or using information from multiple sources.
The Google Chromebook Is A Giant Bust, Won't Be Taking The Place Of Your Laptop Anytime Soon [REVIEW]: http://read.bi/nGKc5C
WePay Makes Opening an Online Store Simple & Embeddable: http://on.mash.to/ngNFew
VC funding for web reaches 10 year high: http://dlvr.it/bqklz
If Gogobot Hasn't Sucked You In Already, This New Flipboard-like Layout Will: http://tcrn.ch/puRKce
iPhones & iPads Are Nearly 70% of Apple's Revenue: http://rww.to/rnxTAx
Study: 40% of the Danish population believes that journalists, in general, use illegal methods to obtain information.: http://j.mp/q2U3LK (story in Danish)
Think of this for a moment - the social/digital revolution from 2000 - 2040: http://yfrog.com/z/ketjvqej (work in progress)
College Students Can Now Rent Textbooks Electronically From Amazon: http://on.mash.to/nHUOre
JESS3' Blog - The State of Influencers Theory [Infographic]: http://bit.ly/ot2XiN
Facebook Opens Viral Growth Channel for Pages, Delivering Invites to Like as Notifications: http://bit.ly/pjbi26
Free Social media strategy Webinar: http://ow.ly/5FNo9
And finally, 21 Google Plus circles you can actually use.: http://t.co/0gFq35i
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