Links of the day

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The Complete Guide to Google Wave written by Adam Pash and former Lifehacker editor Gina Trapani to try and make sense of the application

Hong Kong Hustle » Comme des Garçons, Martin Margiela and Neighborhood evicted? – Hong Kong nightlife, street fashion, culture, and cool – first Neighborhood store outside Japan disappearing as Hong Kong redevelops some of its Central district.

The Pitch HK: Chui Shui Central: Sweatshop creativity – interesting take on the HK digital scene. With the right client, it sounds like the market is wide open to make a big splash.

YouTube – Social Media ROI: Socialnomics – great video on the business case for social media

russell davies: in praise of fragments – I will be blogging about this in a bit, pay attention there will be questions ^_^

Database anonymity at risk, warns researcher | Pinsent Masons LLP

Search marketing stats round up | Blog | Econsultancy – these numbers show how ridiculous the Bing-Yahoo! tie-up will be in Europe

European marketers to up online spend, but click throughs still poor – UK bottom in clickthrough rates

Masters of Media » Lev Manovich: Studying Culture With Search Algorithms – weekend reading sorted alongside my newly arrived US edition of Wired Magazine

Stephen Timms explains (a bit) why the government wants to change the copyright act | Technology | – absolute insanity, if they want creative talent to vacate the country they are going the right way about it

Gillette ‘will not drop Thierry Henry’ following handball – Brand Republic News – Brand Republic – at the end of the day even the Irish squad didn’t blame Henry but the referee. I really can’t understand what the fuss is about. The organisation that should be worrying about their brand is FIFA

Google creates automatic captions for YouTube videos | VentureBeat

Why I Prefer TweepML Over Twitter Lists « Amybeth Hale – Research Goddess – interesting post from my former colleague Amybeth

E.U. Takes More Time to Review Oracle-Sun Deal – DealBook Blog –

Will China Create The Next Silicon Valley? – China Law Blog

Jason Calacanis: “I Plan On Buying $250,000 Worth Of AOL Stock” (TWX)