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By Thomas Baekdal - September 2011

What You Need To Know Today (September/14)

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"Robots don't want to kill all humans ...they just want to take all their jobs": http://t.co/OK5IlgZy

Tablet Sales Explode Past Expectations, Driven by the iPad: http://rww.to/ovoqZ9

Facebook introduces the Subscribe Button: http://t.co/Uu2Db4T ...specific info per connection

7 Social Media Time-Sucks to Eliminate Today: http://bit.ly/pXRE2A

Read it Later gets a hot looking new web app with sorting, filtering, tags and more: http://tnw.co/pxN3Pe

5 Reasons To Take More Risks: http://bit.ly/qML7xr

Windows 8 for tablets hands-on preview (video)-Engadget: http://engt.co/qGNiz8

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