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By Thomas Baekdal - September 2011

What You Need To Know Today (September/27)

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How Facebook Timeline Might Radically Change the Look of Brand Pages: http://j.mp/rhBMFC ...that would be awesome!

Delicious launches new site ...It's nice, but it feels irellevant. Anyone still using it?: http://t.co/WsmyB0Ae

The connected home is closer than ever: http://t.co/vjD4R7c5

Mobile Usability Update (Jakob Nielsen's Alertbox): http://bit.ly/qBbLfI

The Art of Irresistible Copywriting: http://bit.ly/n9tMHA

What media companies should learn from Tumblr: http://j.mp/rggUez ...but Tumblr is not making any money, even with millions of users.

Associated Newspapers' digital earnings +54%, digital-only +5%, total revenue -1%: http://ow.ly/6FU6U

Square COO: There's no value in NFC: http://t.co/ErMQcmpk

Firefox Creator Says the Web is Dead Meat; Android Creator Disagrees: http://t.co/2zJYO5z9

Google+ now allows you to share your circles: http://j.mp/omMYEO Great! ...and somewhat similar to Twitter lists.

And finally, Don Draper (Mad Men) Presents Facebook Timeline: http://YouTube.com/watch?v=hJ5RVtWH2gE

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