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By Thomas Baekdal - March 2011

What You Need To Know Today (Mar/17)

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NY Times new digital subscription plans:http://j.mp/fIV8Eb - forcing people to choose a device, makes no sense.

The NYT lays out its pitch for the paywall: Our readers are loyal, also, "Engaged, Affluent, Female" http://nie.mn/iiNEdM

Colin Crawford (@ccoc) said it best "NYT could have developed an interesting universal subs approach but missed the opportunity"

The Internet in Society: Empowering and Censoring Citizen?

 

The Social Media Maturity Model - Are You Listening? http://j.mp/esIyYd

Looking back at #SXSW: 3 ideas that dominated this year's show:http://j.mp/hhoVJk

Some Hard Facts About Wi-Fi and Its Future http://t.co/FAllQtx /RT@Futsaeter

Facebook Asks Developers to Drop AdSense, Enforcing its Ad Network Whitelist http://bit.ly/i6iQE3

Content farms and Tsunami: The Internet's Least Helpful Webpages:http://j.mp/hFpwtL - spammnig the world for ad views #fail

Dennis Crowley on the Future of Foursquare [VIDEO]

 

Fred Wilson on VC investing: Airbnb

Sales: 1,000,000,000. Conversations: 0

E-Books, Downloadable Audio Books Continue Growth Based on AAP Publishers January 2011 Sales Report

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