Twitter for Newsrooms debuts: http://t.co/11PmQuU
Writing naked (nakeder than Orwell): http://j.mp/jxuRMQ
E-readers hit their stride while tablet growth more modest: http://bit.ly/lg3qrM
Has the tech industry forgotten users? We are in an insider bubble: http://scoble.it/kaFKa8
My very unofficial Cannes Lions 2011 recap.: http://bit.ly/jxV8dE
Here is a good example why using Facebook as banner ad for your website is a bad idea: http://bit.ly/mlbdpj
"iOS5, the first true web app ready platform": http://t.co/WzL7iBA - holy canoly, overflow scroll finally in iOS 5
1 Facebook fan is worth 20 website visits: http://bit.ly/l6qZRX number might be right but it's not a goal to get people to visit your website
Companies Erect In-House Social Networks: http://flpbd.it/FFK5 - sounds more like chat.
Journalists and Statistics: Paying Attention to the Data of a New Media World: http://onforb.es/mr9Tu9
The New Midlist: Self-published Authors Who Earn a Living: http://bit.ly/iZwubt
Is This The Tipping Point For E-Books & Libraries?: http://rww.to/lw6SpN
Is Your Business Antisocial?: http://bit.ly/iFqy2Q
Social media now directly influences search rankings: : http://j.mp/irtLH3
A Chronology of Brands that Got Punk'd by Social Media: http://j.mp/QufeG
Appalling when the media guide people how to steal content: http://j.mp/jSHleA -what's next? Stealing a bicycle just because it's unlocked?
Yes, when you get rid of the gatekeepers, Demand Media like authors arrive.: http://zite.to/mzXiXW - just as with all other forms of media.
Bootstrapping the CNN of tech: the story of TWiT: http://bit.ly/jCISz0
Why Nokia's Elop is wrong about mobile sales: users aren't idiots: http://t.co/iO3pRfq
HP launches TouchPad-exclusive magazine to promote webOS: http://bit.ly/mNJnrA
The Value of Content, Part 2: Nobody's Perfect: http://bit.ly/lTo3Zj
Skype mess: How far will this go?: http://bit.ly/m1ZUDi
Death to the 3 screens... we live in a one screen world (or we will very shortly): http://bit.ly/jbOevC - Great article!
And finally, The Ad Contrarian: Another Social Media Blockbuster: http://bit.ly/lUYVNu
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