BBC reporter takes her 60,000 Twitter followers to competitor ITV: http://bit.ly/q0OCcu - We are probably going to see more of this in the future. One problem here. Her Twitter ID said "BBC", doesn't BBC own it than?
Facebook's Secret iPad App Exposed: http://tcrn.ch/ohOVyG
We're in the business of 'filling knowledge gaps': http://bit.ly/qJDGpb
Tablets Give E-Commerce a Real-World Feel - NYTimes.com: http://nyti.ms/oqeFu5
Fascinating discussion about the etics of covering the terror in Norway: http://j.mp/nhlRPA in Danish - http://j.mp/qCSRs6 via Google translate. Be sure to read the comments (only visible via the Danish link, but you can copy/paste them into Google translate)
Futurist Conversations: The Future of Money: http://youtu.be/Bho9ehbtOQw
Flipboard Begins Displaying Ads -: http://on.mash.to/o6gHui
WSJ, Kobo falling in line in Apple's App Store, Google Books is out: http://flpbd.it/3lZB - this is just like MS vs. Netscape
How coverage by AllThingsD & Business Insider isn't necessarily a good thing: http://t.co/xUNPLJy
Adweek Names the Top Media Plans of 2010: http://bit.ly/pxX0L0
Social Fatigue: http://ow.ly/5M3rf
Three Key Things Google Is Doing While We Focus on Google+: http://bit.ly/o7Ow44
Google Plus Deleting Accounts En Masse: No Clear Answers: http://j.mp/poLeQk
Google+ business profiles to include analytics & more: http://bit.ly/qYtmgP
Facts About Today's Internet Users: http://bit.ly/mRrxKl
Podcasts: Who still listens to them?: http://bbc.in/rbm4g6
The ROI of Social Media: 10 Case Studies: http://tnw.co/nm0vXU
What's driving rise in music sales?: http://cnet.co/r1C6Vl
A Lucky Magazine Alliance With Fashion Bloggers: http://nyti.ms/p7Sg1F - would love to know what the deal really is. I suspect a bit of naive blogger economics here.
Roger McNamee on mobile, HTML5, and the future of TV: http://bit.ly/ovF6g4
The HTML5 boom is coming. Fast.: http://bit.ly/n34pKK
And finally, An incredible visualization of the United States debt: http://j.mp/ogQUUV - Holey moley!!
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