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By Thomas Baekdal - March 2011

What You Need To Know Today (Mar/31)

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When Media Giants Attack! Cease-and-Desist Letter to News Reader Zite Claims All Kinds of Copyright Damage.

Note to Media: Don't Fight Zite, Learn From It http://j.mp/fPyDAA.

HuffPo co-founder explains the secrets of viral content:http://j.mp/dNZKe8 - but way too focused on what works on Facebook.

Google launches +1 - trying to create a Google version of Facebook's like button.

 

Note: Doesn't work with Google Apps accounts though.

Google's new +1 social search could be a vote in favor of news publishers.

Popular Science iPad Edition Has Sold 10,000 Subscriptions.

Two tales of Good service gone bad http://j.mp/h1krO7 - nice, subtle observations from @everythingiknow

Twitter Upgrades Embedded Tweets.

Salesforce Acquires Radian6 For $326 Million.

The paidContent 50: The Most Successful Digital Media Companies In The U.S.

Amazon faces backlash over "music locker" service: http://reut.rs/ - the music industry just don't get it. It's my music, I paid for it.

Skype Launches a Dedicated Network for Teachers.

Study of iPad users identifies obstacles for Murdoch's The Daily.

Twitter warning to UberSocial users: Your DM's might be public.

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