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Dare – Digital Britain | Tweet to Download

Philips quits TV market, but brand will remain through TP Vision – Pocket-lint – Philips becomes a franchised brand

Growth in social network recruits slows – Brand Republic News

Visual Basic, PHP, Rails. Is Node.js next? | Andrew Chen (@andrewchen) – on the power of form-based applications

Asiajin » A Summary of the Latest Studies about Japan & Social Media

Universal Says EMI Purchase Won’t Create Monopoly Because There’s Rampant… PIRACY! – hypebot – next week record executive shoots partner and claims pirates made me do it

Kraft break-up yields marketing shift: – the break-up is ironic when you look at the trouble they went to, in order to buy Cadburys and then break their business down broadly into Cadburys + Jacobs Suchard vs Kraft US.

When fashion is stranger than fiction – – interesting experiment by LVMH for customers to follow their bag from crocodile to leaving the factory fully assembled

NTT DOCOMO to Dissolve Communication Platform Planning Co., Ltd. | NTT DOCOMO Global – interesting that this fell apart given the IP that NTT Docomo and potential sales that it brings to the table introduces left and right handed device detection – interesting use of inbuilt sensors

UK ‘to announce’ real-time phone, email, Web traffic monitoring | ZDNet

I, Cringely » Blog Archive The $30 billion Social Security hack

RIM Quarterly Post-Mortem – BYTE

A Room for London | Hearts of Darkness: David Byrne – interesting found sound experiment

O2 disclosure ruling could impact on workings of imminent new anti-piracy code, campaigners say“an unknown percentage” of the O2 customers that Golden Eye identified as alleged infringers will not have committed an offence. He said that flaws in using IP addresses as a means to identify infringers would lead to some of those people being wrongly identified.