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By Thomas Baekdal - September 2011

What You Need To Know Today (September/7)

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Latest TWiT podcast: http://j.mp/rfgLn1 ...always fascinating. Good discussion on Arrington and journalism.

Just published two new books: http://t.co/VY8wIxg-a special collection of Baekdal Plus. More info coming tomorrow :)

I just pre-ordered Jeff Jarvis' new book "Public Parts": http://j.mp/raLMJI

3 non-obvious ways social media will impact big companies: http://j.mp/rhLvxv ...business intelligence is a big untapped area.

Huffington Post Starts Publishing E-Books: http://bit.ly/nzNee3

Eric Schmidt shows what media companies can learn from Google: http://bit.ly/mQHOSG

Switching to Gmail can be almost 80 times more energy efficient than in-house email: http://t.co/tebjJQz ...I didn't see that one coming :)

Listen Carefully: The Evolutionary Secret To Making a Hit Record: http://bit.ly/rfxtzp

After the CEO, Yahoo needs to fire its board: http://bit.ly/ocb7hG

On my reading list: 7 Ways to Get Noticed on Facebook With Facebook News Feed Optimization: http://j.mp/rlI9zb

eReaders & eBooks by the numbers: http://j.mp/pdQXQx

Thomas Friedman To United States: Innovate Or Else: http://j.mp/roLIOs ...anyone must be an innovator.

What annoys technology journalists about PRs: http://bit.ly/oaHNnm

Time magazine launches two Tumblrs: http://bit.ly/pT1kqG

The summer of our discontent: How web TV has changed: http://bit.ly/nm6W24

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