Is Content the Problem Or the Solution? The Internet needs showmen: http://j.mp/pGXHp7 ...not super expensive, but "made by creators"
The Complete Guide To Facebook''s Subscribe Button: http://t.co/c9j2mcim
Many media types live in the land of Twitter, but most regular people don't: http://j.mp/n2zIBf
The 4 Types of Content Metrics That Matter: http://t.co/CEuCuGyL ...for brands
Why some ache to tweet, and others couldn't care less: http://j.mp/p6cSP6
New movie about our connected life: http://t.co/3dbi6GnX ...but you can only watch it in a few selected analog places in the US.
Facinating graphs: Bookstores and Bookselling in Graphs, 1992 to 2010, with some other stuff: http://j.mp/qCfBw5
Angry Birds and productivity at work: why distractions can help: http://t.co/uNGdky26
Four Mega Trends Shaping the Future of Commerce: http://t.co/F1fzxzPQ
Flipboard's Mike McCue: Web Soon to Look More Like Magazines: http://bit.ly/oaTcHM
Facebook Is Expected to Unveil Media-Sharing Service: http://nyti.ms/puS3yU
Lousy tomatoes and the rare search for wonder: http://bit.ly/oXI40l
New Chrome Blurs The Line Between Web and Native Apps: http://j.mp/p8Afu9 ...ehm ...just like Flash and Java ...
Why are agencies so afraid of bloggers?: http://t.co/otPEgeez
Facebook just isn't working for Brands: http://bit.ly/ncRbkL
Write it down, make it better: http://bit.ly/mXflmA
Unethical journalism: The depressing tale of Johann Hari: http://econ.st/nnJLfr
and finally, Google turns to Seinfeld to promote Google Wallet:
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