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By Thomas Baekdal - May 2011

What You Need To Know Today (May/31)

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More plans issue edited by Facebook fans | News: http://bit.ly/kaYbBR

How Online Advertising Turned Media Into a Race to the Lowest Common Denominator: http://bit.ly/kNXDMH

The Ad Contrarian: Advertising's Creative Extinction: http://bit.ly/k7lTMc

The basics of social media measurement for business: http://bit.ly/kEQEtN

Jann Wenner: Magazines' Rush to iPad Is 'Sheer Insanity and Insecurity and Fear': http://j.mp/mnFh0u

The world's best team-focused 'about' pages: http://j.mp/kRTdas

Alfred Hermida: The Fundamental Problem With Newspaper Paywalls: http://bit.ly/mcQdNl

Bonnier's Best Links week 20-21: discover what we've read and liked the past two weeks: http://to.ly/aBQC

10 Signs Web-Based Sharing Is Reaching A Tipping Point: http://bit.ly/iv0luy

ASOS has the best mobile commerce site: study: http://bit.ly/lw5nzD - If that's the case, mobile commerce have long way to go. ASOS' mobile site is very basic.

The 7 signs of failure for internet startups: http://bit.ly/mejuQe

The 9 Deadly Sins of Facebook Pages and Their Administrators: http://bit.ly/mJKi3s

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