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By Thomas Baekdal - March 2011

What You Need To Know Today (Mar/7)

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Mashable previews their upcoming Mashable Follow system. This is something every publisher should pay attention to. Don't create packages of random news, create personal relevant news.

 

Eric Schmidt: What I Read: http://j.mp/gwGzX8, and his visions for the future of newspapers.

Top 50 Branded Facebook Pages - http://bit.ly/hlpD1E - Handy list, kept up to date.

The social cleanup: No, I'm not going to be your Facebook friend:http://j.mp/eK791a

The Facebook Empire Ends Here http://bit.ly/eopH24

Why the Medium Is Not the Message: http://j.mp/ejpksE

Paywall Strategies 2011: All the coverage in one place:http://is.gd/wBcyzU

Facebook is Not Enough: 7 Reasons Your Business Needs a Website -http://copy.bz/gp4Tyk - only #7 makes sense, the rest is crap.

"If you cut your RSS short I will ignore your post.", says Kirsten Wright.

Skype To Start Running Ads This Week.

Olivier Blanchard on clarity and honesty http://bit.ly/flBuWX

The Always Logged In Experience.

Social Shopping - A Retail Future.

Study: Too Much Technology Has Destroyed Our Ability To Sleep

What the Quick Bar Affair Says About Twitter's Future.

Article to Article optimization - and the need for a Virtual Front Page. I agree with the virtual front page, but not with the need for an actual front page (article coming)

Facebook Comments Have Silenced The Trolls - But Is It Too Quiet?

First look: "check into the future" Ditto. Interesting, but not narrow a business model.

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