Why the idea of a Netflix for e-books makes sense: http://t.co/boXoUrY ....read my comment on this article.
Ahh ...so Arrington lost: http://t.co/GjLEEWv
"Fucking Sue Me": http://t.co/yV3GvyY
The blogosphere is plagued by soft corruption. The pervasiveness of conflict of interest.: http://t.co/Y68sBSX
New Book Stats: As Print Book Revenues Plunge, E-Books Aren't Making It Up: http://j.mp/ozcvfd
Want to catch up on all of Baekdal Plus, now in a more convenient package: Two New Books From Baekdal Plus: http://t.co/ZYWq7Yx
How Bing Uses CTR in Ranking, and more with Duane Forrester: http://j.mp/qQCbt9
Social Power and the Coming Corporate Revolution: http://onforb.es/o9Av9F
The Rise of Social Power: What It Means for Forbes: http://j.mp/qiKjvR
And finally, File Transfer: http://t.co/d30uzN8
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