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Goldman’s Jim O’Neill on China’s Slowdown – WSJa happy landing and possibly a big rally

iPad 2 Camera Going More Or Less Unused According To Flickr Stats – not terribly surprised its a bit weighty and awkward to hold it out in front of you and it doesn’t fit in with the user context

Apple Files Patent For Special Keyboard With Airflow Feedback – interesting ideas on haptic feedback

Have You Looked At Your Facebook Messages Lately? – version tracking on this roll-out must be a pig

Official HF Statement: We Did It And We Got Caught – Heishman – the statement Burson Marsteller should have put out. Genius from the Heishman Flillard team

Helen Wang On China’s Opportunities. She’s Not Dreaming. : China Law Blog – luxury, healthcare, education and green tech are foreign companies opportunities. Basically most of the west is screwed

Yahoo’s Stock Is Getting Slammed After Carol Bartz And Team Blow It With Chinese Assets – amazing that Ben Schacter is still following them after all these years, I remember meeting him at SES London back in 2005

The Sun Newspaper comes bottom of digital usability league – TNW UK – probably a conscious decision. The Sun sells mobile content and I am not sure the iPad demographic is one that they are going after

Yahoo Knew About The Big Alibaba-Alipay Deal 2 Years Ago, Says Alibaba – interesting that Jack Ma was proactive in getting this message out. That is was mentioned in a board meeting is interesting; was it minuted, who was Yahoo!’s respresentative (suspect it may have been Jerry Yang)

The Future of Online Content: An International Perspective – business models, consumption patterns and trends in the media industry

Accubeat – Atomic clock on a chip

TalkTalk launches network-level security protection | ZDNet UK – making lemons out of lemonade network blogging technology UK government wants ISPs to implement

Have Facebook Executives Used The Media To Ruin Mark Zuckerberg’s China Dream? | DigiCha – the Alibaba conservative approach made most sense for regulatory compliance and ease of implementation from a technological point-of-view

BBC News – Household incomes in UK ‘may return to 2004 levels’ – and there is no reason why it should pick up again any time soon

Agile Media Network english – Japanese blog network similar to Blue Current

M.S PhotoGraphy :: – media guilty pleasure

Walmart Global eCommerce Announces Investment in Yihaodian, a Fast-Growing eCommerce Business | PRNewswire – interesting move, its a tough sector to be in however