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Nike: Leveraging Online Video to Attract Female Chinese Consumers | The China Observer

Monocolumn – Singapore needs to think fast to retain investment [Monocle]

Dying industry – apparently modern smartphones are clobbering the market for shanzhai developers

International Reaction to Megaupload Indictment: This Means War

I, Cringely » Absence makes the heart grow fonder and other weird thoughts

HuffPo Partners With L’Espresso For ‘L’Huffington Post Italy’ | paidContent

Apple And Google Seek To Defy 10-Year Smartphone OS Life Cycle – Forbes

AKB48 monthly newspaper on sale ‹ Japan Today: Japan News and Discussion – I like the idea of the group engaging with their fans through a newspaper and is sufficiently counterintuitive to work. I did find one comment nailed it for me “Awesome!.. 50 year old perverts will be happy about this.

Dragon breathes fire into new year spending spree | – (paywall)

Why the Huffington Post UK failed – The Kernel – classic mistake of transplanting an American idea into a European context with no adaptation

Why the feds smashed Megaupload – interesting timing around SOPA | PIPA protests and the MegaUpload versus Universal Music dispute over the MegaUpload advert

Technological change: The last Kodak moment? | The Economist

Browser sizes – versus how many percent of web visitors could see the page as designed

TelecomTV | Under-the-floor activity: is that the sound of value tunnelling its way out?

Kodak Transparency: Exposing Bad News in a Positive Light on Social Media – very similar to JetBlue’s direct communication to consumers in a crisis situation

Larry Page Is Super Excited To Announce That Google+ Has 90M Users [Update: Engagement+?] | TechCrunch

venomous porridge – The Unprecedented Audacity of the iBooks Author EULA – very dodgy law