Links of the day

MAXROAM – Data Calculator – nice data estimator

What EMI’s Repositioning Means | Forrester Blogs – consultant speak no real change

Dell is breaking away from microsoft – The Inquirer – this is less about Dell leaving Microsoft and more about Microsoft not scaling its product offering in a competitive manner

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Talks To Advertising Executives | Peter Kafka | MediaMemo | AllThingsD

Live map of London Underground trains – I love this mash-up, it will make it a lot easier to see line closures and strikes :p

made.com – great furniture and interesting crowdsourcing model: a kind of threadless for the home

What Valley Companies Should Know about Tencent – nice overview of Tencent, though I don’t believe with the conclusions re share price and future recommendations

Is Google far too much in love with engineering? – interesting perspective on the Google culture, the analogy is similar to something that Microsoft suffered from for its first decade or so

Political social network discussions – deeper and wider than other subject areas

Social Network Analysis – nice primer

Enhancing Net Promoter Score (NPS) with Total Social Customer Value (TSCV) « Web Strategy by Jeremiah Owyang | Social Media, Web Marketing – interesting move on holistic measurement

FT.com / Companies / Automobiles – Japan’s new rules change face of AGMs – will this make it harder for Yakusa to disrupt and hassle Japanese company AGMs and will it help corporate governance?

How the Gulf crisis made BP British again. – By Daniel Gross – Slate Magazine – interesting study in crisis comms.

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