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By Thomas Baekdal - March 2011

What You Need To Know Today (Mar/22)

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Gary Vaynerchuk Joins The Daily http://read.bi/gNlUpr

Happy Birthday, Twitter! What You Can Learn From Digg http://j.mp/hPiZaj

Why Newspapers Need Community Managers

RIM's BlackBerry PlayBook follows iPad pricing, coming April 19.

10 Tips for Posting on Your Brand's Facebook Page

Business Burnout.

Apple Sues Amazon.com Over Use of 'App Store' Trademark.

Coca-Cola Cuts Ad Spend by 6.6% and Invests More in Social Media.

Amazon Shuts Down E-Book Loans Via Lendle.

What would YOU pay for an Ultimate Customer Experience?

Three Amazing Web Data Analyses Techniques For Analysis Ninjas.

Finally, The True Value Of A Facebook Fan. (Great read, but on a personal note, I don't think Pepsi is a good example of a social media strategy. They tried to turn it into an event with little real value.)

NYT asks Twitter to shut down @FreeNYTimes. Won't solve the problem, but I'm not sure what will. The problem is that the NY Times is has now taken up the fight against piracy, and look what good that did to the music and movie industries.

Note: My opinion is simple: They had to shut it down. People do now have the right to take what they want, just because they can.

Stop Calling it Content.

Court Rejects Google's Book Settlement With Publishers.

If you want further proof that the patent system is completely bogus: Google Receives Patent For Its Doodles.

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