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Net neutrality fundamental to fairness, says BBC boss | Pinsent Masons LLP – whilst true, the government is already pwned by interested parties and Thompson doesn’t stand a chance

Cadbury’s case study: Digital campaign generates over £3 for every pound spent (Digital Knowledge Centre – Digital Intelligence)

Shopper habits evolve in Germany: News from Warc.com – online grocery shopping has taken off in Germany

Digital gains ground in China: News from Warc.com – frankly astonishing growth numbers

Digital Music’s Slowdown Draws Out Familiar Industry Worries | paidContent:UK – it isn’t about piracy but business mismanagement

Websites and Their Chinese Equivalents | Fast Company – nice 101

Official Google Blog: An update from the Chairman – interesting move

Asahi Glass introduces Dragontrail for consumer electronics, puts the Gorilla on notice (video) — Engadget – interesting move will the Gorilla Glass branding be enough to hold Dragontail back?

Make: Projects – Hang a picture from a pull tab @Makezine.com blog – I love this

Tool to track security-sensitive changes to Windows – The H Security: News and Features

Microsoft sticks an office application onto the iphone – The Inquirer

Ovum says open source search is ready for the enterprise – The Inquirer

The 2010 Medical Weblog Awards Sponsored by Epocrates and Lenovo « ScienceRoll – entries close January 23

Social Media Research + Employment Decisions: May Be a Recipe for Litigation : Social Media Law Update

PSFK » Toyota Weaves Auto Parts From Carbon Fiber

Apple makes mark in China: News from Warc.com

Google faces “social threat”: News from Warc.com

Collaboration: blurring consumption & production « BBH Labs

Brand Preferences for Rich Chinese – AdAgeChina – Special Report

China Should Produce Better Advertising – AdAgeChina – Viewpoint

Piers Morgan Debut Attracts Over Two Million Viewers – WSJ.com – not really surprising when I think how hard their promoted it on the channel in the weeks running up to the debut

Chinese Sports-Apparel Maker Li Ning Makes Push in the U.S. – WSJ.com – doubling down on international expansion

Coffee and content: Getting the pricepoint of digital media right | TheMediaBriefing

Don Tapscott: Big Themes for 2011Rather than just an economic downturn, more people will recognize that we’re entering an era of profound change

Kelkoo launches luxury shopping site – Brand Republic News – will the Kelkoo brand stretch to luxury?

Preparing for significant regulation changes in social media | FreshNetworks blog – if you are in social media feed into the questions on this post

ships save by going slow :: Influxinsights

China Corporate Challengers Brawny, Not Brainy – WSJ – not really that fair but a good list of breakout companies, I would describe Haier as brainy rather than brawny for instance

Intel taps BBC exec for home unit – interesting move

Building the supply chain of the future – McKinsey Quarterly – Operations – Supply Chain & LogisticsMost were engineered, some brilliantly, to manage stable, high-volume production by capitalizing on labor-arbitrage opportunities available in China and other low-cost countries. But in a future when the relative attractiveness of manufacturing locations changes quickly—along with the ability to produce large volumes economically – also looks like jobs will whizz around the world much faster and doesn’t seem to take into consideration things like tooling costs and ownership issues

Pro-China Advertisment Makes Debut in Times Square – China Real Time Report – WSJ – interesting article that points out some of the aspects of doing the creative well away from the target market. Some of the content in the ads didn’t resonate with a US audience, though the media buy in Time Square seems to have influenced the media debate

FT.com / Telecoms – European groups set up smartphone panelEuropean groups set up smartphone panel: European telecoms groups have launched a broadside against Apple and Google

Credit Suisse Introduces the Emerging Consumer Survey | PRNewswire – interesting data about ballooning disparities in income and how this affecting spending patterns

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