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McKinsey & Company – Report – Urban world: Mapping the economic power of cities – March 2011 – growth driven by mid-sized developing world cities

RSA won’t talk? Assume SecurID is broken • The Register – whoah big impact for everyone from banks to governments

BBC – dot.Rory: The social bubble – why? I use flickr and still can’t see the point of Instagram

Groupon: when in doubt, blame your agency! | Econsultancy – CP+B came off worse than they should have on this

iPad® meet WordPress – great touch compatiable plug-in

EU admits deep impact cyberattack in run-up to key summit • The Register – Microsoft Exchange servers compromised

The speed of light could turn the middle of the ocean into a stock-trading center – its about high-frequency trading

Spring Cleaning – Gadgets You Can Get Rid Of – – genius

No Clear Consensus Among Chinese Designers On “China Style” « Jing Daily

Analyst Invites You to a Good, Old-Fashioned PlayBook Burning | AllThingsD – harsh reaction to RIM’s Playbook

Deleting a Facebook Account | AllThingsD – interesting that this popped up in Mossberg’s reader’s Q&A section as its a good zeitgeist meter of US mainstream consumer technology adoption

Asiajin » Indonesia: Exploring Potentials Of Mobile & Tech In The 2nd Largest FB Population

How to Fix your Shaky Videos with YouTube Video Editor – brilliant

Webicina iPhone App: Feedback « ScienceRoll – interesting collection of resources for physicians

Luxury evolves in China: – some good insights

100 Domains On Movie and Music Industry Website Blocking Wishlist | TorrentFreak – interesting how this may be perceived as a Great Britannic firewall and could affect foreign policy and commercial considerations

The hyper-fragmented world of music — Exclusive Nielsen white paper | MIDEMBlog – I need to get around to reading this

LinkedIn Hits the 100 Million Mark – it’s also about the quality

sparrow – The New Mail for Mac – very clean design

Is the Golden Age of the Internet over? – Sense Worldwide – probably the most depressing post I have read in a while – Shareable sticky notes web-app. – nice but useless

That was quick: Four lines of code is all it takes for The New York Times’ paywall to come tumbling down » Nieman Journalism Lab » Pushing to the Future of Journalism – a touch of Javascript. Am sure that this will be fixed

Drunk On Licensing Fees And Patents, Microsoft Has Become A Joke – ok so the patents maybe spurious, but what is being done to set up a more equitable system? Interesting to see my old agency Waggener Edstrom getting name-dropped at the end

Biggest brands: Top 100 online advertisers 2011 | Marketing magazine – really interesting stuff around FMCG brands