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By Thomas Baekdal - July 2011

What You Need To Know Today (July/27)

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Microsoft makes a Magic Mouse: http://j.mp/r5kBio - and speaks about it as if it's something the world has never seen: http://j.mp/pgzRbX

Barnes & Noble to Offer More than 175 Digital Periodicals to NOOK for iPad' Customers: http://bit.ly/n6GyMy

Industry views: are consumers ready for micropayments?: http://bit.ly/pPYTnf

Tablet Publishing: Why Sports Illustrated Is Looking Beyond the iPad: http://on.mash.to/nLAI52

What Klout is Really Good For: http://bit.ly/qax5vr

Futurists: Ross Dawson and Gerd Leonhard on The Future of Music?

 

Apple's New Rules Prompt More E-Readers, Including Kobo, to Build HTML5 Apps: http://rww.to/pavND6

'Do Not Track' challenges tech industry: http://usat.ly/ppxC89 - this is going to end badly. The problem is not tracking, the problem is when you link it to a specific person. If Governments block tracking, we have nothing to build on.

The Power of Like: How Brands Reach and Influence Fans Through Social Media Marketing: http://j.mp/rrPuxo

ComScore Report: 27% of Facebook Browsing on News Feed, Just 10% on Apps: http://bit.ly/pwZmkf - and remember to read my in depth analysis of this and similar studies: Where Are People Really on Facebook?: http://bit.ly/pxNWeN

Fab.com, profitable at 6 weeks old, nabs an $8 million Series A: http://bit.ly/rbZAzC

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