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Four key takeaways from Pew’s new e-reading study — paidContent

Frank Quattrone On The IPO Market – Business Insider

Why I’ve Decided To Quit Facebook – Business Insider – really interesting rationale on this, declining utility fits in with what I have said previously here and here

UK online adspend approaches £5bn: Video and social drive record growth – Digital Intelligence – Digital marketing research and news

Exclusive: Yahoo’s Chief Product Officer Blake Irving Resigns – AllThingsD – I guess that nukes the Microsoft takeover from the inside

Demographic Profile of Smartphone Users in China | China Internet Watch

Can a Country Have Too Many Millionaires? – WSJ

Lumia 900: How Nokia And Microsoft Become Disruptors | Forrester Blogs – Forrester is surprisingly positive about Nokia, but it assumes that Samsung will rollover

North Sea oil likely to remain profitable to small explorers for at least another 20 years, EnQuest chief says

Commission asks ECJ to assess ACTA’s compliance with fundamental rights

agnès b. | VICE – great interview with French fashion designer agnés b

‘BBM Table Service’ at No Black Tie | The Malay Mail – why weren’t BlackBerry learning and doing this kind of thing in other markets?

Will Yahoo Torch its Search Deal With Microsoft, Outsource Search to Google? – Search Engine Watch (#SEW) – this would be the smart thing to do for customers and advertising conversation rates, but can Yahoo! extract itself from the Microsoft (and Facebook) agreements respectively?