From online to off, and the other way around. Why both worlds still matter. http://j.mp/gRihsT
Kindle now directly supports Audible books: http://j.mp/gGsmdp
I love the concept of impossible in theory, but possible in practice:http://j.mp/fGnMFM
The 2011 State of Community Management : http://j.mp/goNKZR
Exclusive Data On Groupon's U.S. Revenues And February Falloffhttp://t.co/P1wWcDL
Are you making something? http://j.mp/hZrL3l
My Problem With Klout Scores: Beyonce Gets a 50 - Without Ever Sending A Tweet! http://j.mp/fLAhtk
How Amazon Could Become A Huge Tablet Player http://t.co/HKf38av <= I do believe the next Kindle will be running Android.
43 Promising Startups Present At Y Combinator's Biggest Demo Day Yet http://tcrn.ch/ego2Q5
Facebook Testing Web Search Box At Top Of Site.
The New York Times subscription plan doesn't protect print, it promotes the mobile Web.
Entrepreneur: Where Not to Look for Money - And Where You're More Likely to Find It.
Want to succeed? Build an "anti-advisory board'.
What Type Of Advertising Has The Most Influence? Hint: TV. But I would love to see a report that isn't based on what people think, but rather what they do.
Pretty Flipboard Fundraising at an Even Prettier $200 Million Valuation.
Microsoft Admits That iPad And Smartphones Are Invading Businesses.
Barnes & Noble Said to Be Likely to End Search Without Buyer. Notice that the main reason is not adequate growth in digital - #new #times
Time Warner Cable Already Getting Cease-And-Desists Over Live-Streaming iPad App. Amazing how the TV industry keeps shooting themselves in the foot, in an effort to keep the status quo.
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