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Polaroids back in the picture | Toowoomba Chronicle – heard about film being back in with gen-y from my friend Ian who has a couple of kids interested in 35mm photography

Joi Ito: Open-source hardware is a no brainer — Tech News and Analysis

Cars: The Next Victims of Cyberattacks – IEEE Spectrum – if this doesn’t scare the bejeezus out of you, it should – a simpler elegant alternative to Twitterfall

Global Risks 2012 Seventh Edition – outlook from the World Economic Forum

This Is Generation Flux: Meet The Pioneers Of The New (And Chaotic) Frontier Of Business | Fast Company – great to see danah boyd getting some kudos for her work

Documents show US concern over Irish bailout | RTÉ News – were worried that their banks were going to get burned

HK urged to partner in logistics hub |

Chip fab spending to decline 11% in 2012, SEMI says

Five things you need to know about marketing luxury brands in the digital space – Campaign Asia-Pacific

How German Fashion House Escada Clawed Its Way Back From Bankruptcy – Worldcrunch – interesting post on turning around a moribund fashion brand

Does This Ultrabook Make Me Look Fat? CES 2012 And The Tyranny Of Thin | Fast Company – you heard it here first

To Motivate Students, Make Them Give Away Their Rewards | Fast Company

The New York Times’s Nick Kristof On Journalism In A Digital World And The Age Of Activism | Fast Company

China’s New Foreign Investment Catalog. The Scope Of FDI. : China Law Blog

Lettered Department Store Logos | The Ministry of Type – really sweet lettering

Communities Dominate Brands: Who are the 25 Biggest Companies by Mobile Revenues (Ahonen Index) updated for 2011 – China Mobile takes top honors

Forrester: As Growth Slows, Apple to Be More Influential than Cloud in 2012 – ReadWriteCloud

Use the Ten Second Rule to Cut Impulse Purchases

How the role of equities may shrink – McKinsey Quarterly – more focus on debt as equity becomes too expensive for companies

Europeans keen on medicines info – but not via Facebook or Twitter | InPharm