Links of the day

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Archival Sound Recordings – interesting map mashups by The British Library

Marketers Targeting Affluent Internet Users | WebProNews

Caribee luggage – recommended by Graham Brown

Foreign Visitors Flock to UK Newspaper Sites

Generate Lorem Ipsum Text in Microsoft Word

PR Communications: Gmail & Google Docs

» LG-One, it’s groundhog day again sixtysecondview: Sixty second interviews from pr, media and politics

Building the business case for online communities | FreshNetworks Blog

The 25 factors behind brilliant brand / domain names | Blog | Econsultancy

The Seven Deadly Sins of Social Media

What the Hell is Tumblr? And Other Worthwhile Questions | TechWatch | Fast Company

‘Design for a Living World’ Preview: 10 Products That Stay True to Their Origins | Cannell | Fast Company

Publish your blog on Amazon Kindle in 10 easy steps

I, Cringely » The Future of Television (part II) – Cringely on technology – smart stuff here about IPTV

Is Google Insurmountable? – is it just me or is there the fingerprints of a sustained influencer campaign by one or more competitors against Google?

IBM Doing Just Fine Without All Those Employees It Sacked

What Companies Should Know About Digital Natives « Web Strategy by Jeremiah Owyang | Social Media, Web Marketing – By age 20, kids will have spent 20,000 hours online –the same amount of time a professional piano player would have spent practicing

8 Essential Apps for Your Brand’s Facebook Page

Hitwise: Less Searchers Clicking On Search Ads?

Forecast: Social Net Ad Spending To Drop In ‘09; MySpace To Suffer, But Not Facebook |

Vodafone abolishes European roaming charges for the summer |  – interesting that this is happening right before Three kills Three like home

Social is inevitable says Jeremiah Owyang »

Richard Edelman – 6 A.M.: Bloomberg: Content Customers Want

Audience Targeting in Social Media « PR-Squared

Style magazine i-D cuts back to six editions per year – Brand Republic News – Brand Republic

Sun cloud computing primer

How Advertisers Can Stand Out In Apple’s App Store – industry pundits are predicting that the iPhone could help boost overall mobile ad spending this year to as much as $200 million, twice as much as last year’s figure of $100 million. (This excludes search ads and SMS marketing). What’s even more interesting is that there may be a new trend emerging as advertisers seeking to get on the iPhone try to minimize the risk and cost of it.

Click2Map – make maps online using Google Maps – recommended by James Whatley

Search Spending Swells Worldwide – eMarketer

TREK YOURSELF – nice bit of timely entertainment