Links of the day

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)