Guy who accidentally tweeted the Osama raid, now has 73,000 followers: http://j.mp/lLdBMv - it questions the value of a fan doesn't it :)
I think we taking this virtual thing a bit too far now - Finally, You Can Kiss People Over the Internet: http://j.mp/lyalvo
Stat: 87% of newspapers put Royal Wedding on the cover: http://j.mp/lZd7lL
Behind The Scenes: Record Labels Demands From Amazon: http://tcrn.ch/lzrCRC
Asus thought 'sold out' sounded better than 'awaiting delivery': http://bit.ly/lzJ0U0
Twitter Does Not Supplant Other Media, It Amplifies It. But also read: How Should We Define News? http://bit.ly/j3kKS9
A Better Business Doctrine - Part 1: Assholes are bad for business.
Leaked Emails From Google Show How Important Location Data Is To Android.
An interview on the future of publishing. A 25 Minute interview with Seth Godin.
Newspapers don't need new ideas; here are lots of ideas for new revenue streams.
The Book Is Not Dead: 80 Percent of Californians Have Read a Book for Fun in the Last Month.
LiveShare bets that the future of media sharing is all about speed (video).
The Newsonomics of the new news cost pyramid.
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