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By Thomas Baekdal - March 2011

What You Need To Know Today (Mar/28)

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Google Preparing Mobile Payments System with Citigroup & MasterCard (Report) http://rww.to/i7gdpX

Yep. 10 Reasons for Social Media failure: http://plixi.com/p/87552286

Color CEO on Funding and the Future of Social Networking [INTERVIEW] - http://on.mash.to/hw6Ln6

McSweeney's (satirical) vision for the future of media. It's funny because it's (kinda) true. http://j.mp/enaaze

Can Jack Dorsey Help Twitter Find Its Way?

Five must-see presentations on digital news.

Top mobile internet trends in 2011.

In a New Web World, No Application Is an Island.

Interesting: @jxpaton's Twitter lecture to newspapers: http://j.mp/hdoLgh. And, Journal Register's open advisory meeting: Bell, Jarvis, and Rosen put those new media maxims to the test.

Google Debuts New Online Magazine. I don't get it.

The Meaning of Friendship in a Social Networked World.

Sendoid Transfers Huge Files in Seconds in the Browser.

Tim O'Reilly on Piracy, Tinkering, and the Future of the Book.

Apple Charting New Future for iOS Maps " Without Google?

The Newspaper Business Implodes.

In Amazon's Android Appstore, Fat-Fingering Will Cost You " Literally. I expect them to release a fix soon.

How to Setup and Promote Your First Marketing Webinar.

BlackBerry PlayBook Will Support Android Apps.

Do You Need a Social Media Detox?: 10 symptoms: http://goo.gl/PBrDp

And finally, Indonesia is the next BIG thing in digital media:

 

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