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By Thomas Baekdal - March 2011

What You Need To Know Today (Mar/8)

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Here Is How Nick Denton Would Run The New York Timeshttp://read.bi/fYw79J

What does the future hold for f-commerce? http://j.mp/enfzmm

YouTube Buys NextNewNetworks, Launches YouTube Nexthttp://rww.to/hktOC9

Google Really, Officially, Finally Is A Media Company

Does PR Have a Future?

Adobe Releases Flash-to-HTML5 Converter, Codenamed Wallaby. But it is not very good.

5 Idea Management Apps for Facebook.

Media Unbundling: How Will TV Get "Everywhere"?

Guy Kawasaki is out with his new book: Enchantment: The Art of Changing Hearts, Minds, and Actions. Consider it added to the reading list :)

Note: Remember I am running a promotion this week, where all Baekdal Plus subscribers will get a $6 gift card for Amazon. You can use it for any book you like, including Guy Kawasaki's new book :)

Gary Vaynerchuck on the humanization of business

 

And finally, Google before you Tweet: http://j.mp/eYQKvG

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