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By Thomas Baekdal - May 2011

What You Need To Know Today (May/27)

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We, the People of The Internet, hereby announce our independence: http://bit.ly/jLPbkM

The importance of Facebook profile photos: http://tnw.co/ljFHFL

Twitpic selling your photos: http://t.co/gSqQkKI - I am hereby banning Twitpic!

4 Creative Ways To Reward Your Facebook Fans: http://bit.ly/ilMDC5

Search marketing stats round up: http://bit.ly/iwAvJK

On Wrecked Rental Cars and Customer Loyalty

 

Jeff reports in from eG8 in Paris, discuss the future of the Internet: http://twit.tv/twig96

Amazon introduces store for Mac apps, games: http://j.mp/mGrHZB - did someone say world domination? :)

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