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Medical 2.0 Pills: Healthysparx: a Quora-like attempt for health questions

What do you hear most about pharma social media? | pharmaphorum

7 tips to avoid HIPAA violations in social media – interesting post that touches on privacy and legal issues regarding healthcare professionals using social media

Digital Pharma: Pharmacovigilance, the internet and social media | InPharmthe ABPI’s Pharmacovigilance Expert Network argues that the current pharmacovigilance legislative framework is unsuitable for today’s digital era and calls for support from pharma industry professionals to place it higher on the agenda

Yet another look at the problem of calculating the value of a social network « excapite

Some thoughts on the Google wallet strategy « excapite

Who’s afraid of big bad China? | Presseurop (English) – Germany apparently

Tumblr Now Has More Blogs Than

Head of UN copyright agency says fair use is a “negative agenda,” wants to get rid of discussions on rights for blind people and go back to giving privileges to giant companies – Boing Boing

P&G launches six new Facebook stores | The Wall Blog

How Nokia is Exchanging Old Phones for Trees in Indonesia | Penn Olson

From Alley To Airport: Beijing Urban Brand NLGX « Jing Daily

Boutique Supermarkets Flourishing In China, But Is The Demand There? « Jing Daily

Breaking Down China’s Booming Luxury Watch Market « Jing Daily

How to Deal with Social Media Squatters « Sysomos Blog

Jack Ma Takes His Own Advice for Yahoo: Alibaba Splits Taobao Into Three Parts – Kara Swisher – Commerce – AllThingsD

Virginie Berger: Optimising content on your website MIDEMBlog

Lansons Conversations » Infographic: The UK Social Media Census 2011

Mobile broadband déjà vu for UK spectrum holder – Rethink Wireless

The Network Effect: Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter & Tumblr Reach New Heights in May (comScore Voices)

LexisNexis open sources Hadoop challenger • The Register – licencing unclear at the moment

Toshiba To Start Selling Their Battery-Powered TV In Japan, Too – makes sense for the power concerns