Links of the day

Dictionary.com Illustrates How Search is Becoming More Diversified | WebProNews – pretty impressive mobile application usage figures.

3quarksdaily: Unceasing fascination with Japan, immersion in literary culture and the pleasures and sorrows of the “thrown” life – fantastic interview

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UK Music Sales Rise On Digital Growth, But Subs Play Small Part | paidContent:UK – iTunes owns them. Record labels still not making enough money, but then there is no such thing as enough

Whoops — Facebook Is Once Again Overhyped – I still stand by a lot of what I have said in the past  and security scare stories won’t help the Facebook cause: New Zealand Hacker Is Selling 1.5 Million Facebook Usernames and Passwords

AOL Isn’t The IM Leader By A Long Shot – Skype, QQ and Live Messenger are the leaders

Five reasons iPhone vs Android isn’t Mac vs Windows – O’Reilly Radar – interesting stuff here from O’Reilly Radar

Book on Samsung Divides Korea – NYTimes.com – interesting reaction to the book. Samsung hasn’t taken legal action

Focus On…Japan – interesting take on the Japanese PR marketplace

Qiyi, Baidu’s Hulu, Consolidation in China’s Online Video | DigiCha

I, Cringely » The T Word – Cringely on technology – Trust.

No, I cannot help you create a social media strategy! – its something that should be pervasive thoughout your organisation

things i’ve learnt from social media | blankanvas

Très Bien Shop – cool streetwear

T-post, the world’s first wearable magazine. – fantastic t-shirt designs

Innovation: One web language to rule them all – tech – 22 April 2010 – New Scientist – quick overview of HTML5