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By Thomas Baekdal - September 2011

What You Need To Know Today (September/29)

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Top story: How Facebook Mobile Was Designed to Write Once, Run Everywhere: http://t.co/qfpbawvg

Microsoft cracks down on Windows Phone app "spam", limits devs to 10 apps per day : http://j.mp/p1pp4s ....huh? Ten apps per day?

Amazon And Apple Have Mirror Opposite Tablet Content Strategies: http://t.co/RcUE19Yd

Should Google Tweak the News We Consume?: http://j.mp/oYucsE ...of course it's the job of search and/or aggregators to create relevance.

Google Analytics launches "real-time" analytics: http://j.mp/onjQsD

The Daily only has 120,000 uniques (subscribers + non-subscribers): http://j.mp/plIhhW

A primer on what HTML5 is for journalists: http://t.co/lrsIFvYG

I totally agree with @scobelizeron this one: http://j.mp/rklqIe ...the problem is that PR people think publishers vs. readers. Social media is about creating a connection, not "from me to you."

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