Links of the day

Once The Most Powerful Person In Search, Srinija Srinivasan Leaves Yahoo – I may write a post about this in a while

Bouncing Back from a Negative 360-Degree Review – Amy Gallo – Best Practices – Harvard Business Review – some smart advice

Research: Digital Revenue Now A Quarter Of UK Music Business | paidContent:UK – looks ideal performance leaving room for a tax to support the rollout of broadband infrastructure

Global Marketers Highlight Local Reach Difficulties – local content & local website required

Random House CEO on the E-Book Age: ‘The Printed Book Will Still Dominate for a Long Time to Come’ – SPIEGEL ONLINE – News – International – people like artifacts

Doctors rely on iPhones to guide treatment – SiliconValley.com – reference guides at hand

Itizen – Home – interesting take on the internet of things

Asiajin » In English: All 32 Japanese Startups On The Vote List For “WISH 2010″

Asiajin » China-made “Apple Peel” Turns Your iPod Touch To The iPhone – absolute genius

Information technology in transition: The end of Wintel | The Economist – What a dramatic introduction: “THEY were the Macbeths of information technology (IT): a wicked couple who seized power and abused it in bloody and avaricious ways.”

Facebook Pages: Introduction to FBML « Lorraine Siew – The FBML Blog

Focus On… South Korea – digital PR is really big

EA to launch new user-generated game Create | VentureBeat

Learn a New Language Fast – Wired How-To Wiki

Resistance Forms Against Hollywood’s 3-D Push – NYTimes.com