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Anonymous targets UK Government sites with DDoS – The H Security

War Of The Noses – France’s Luxury Brands Battle Over Top ‘Authors’ Of Perfume – Worldcrunch

Samsung’s flexible, ‘unbreakable’ AMOLED displays to be called ‘Youm’ | The Verge

Megaupload Points Out That The Feds Want To Destroy Relevant Evidence In Its Case | Techdirt

Motherboard TV: William Gibson in Real Life | Motherboard – interesting thoughts on urban planning and innovation

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French fashion chain Hermes makes a bags of it with four leaf Shamrock | IrishCentral

The Rise of Global Feudalism | The Diplomat – the collapse of the global middle class

The Google Of China: The Secret Of Baidu’s Runaway Search-Engine Success – Worldcrunch

iPad Receptionist – interesting idea

Why Is AT&T Releasing Nokia’s Big Phone on Easter? – – retailing tactical mistake?

What Happens in an Internet Minute [Infographic]

MPAA boss: ‘SOPA isn’t dead yet’ • The Register

The Law of Shitty Clickthroughs | Andrew Chen (@andrewchen)

All The Chinese College Girls Are Saying, “Shixiong, I need your help!” | TechNode

Ferdinand A. Porsche, 76, Dies – Designed Celebrated 911 –

Fueling the hunger for The Hunger Games – The New York Times – really interesting comment: …during the 1980s you bought the poster and once a year went to a convention and met your people for something like Star Trek (and Star Wars). It misses out the fact that you are likely to have had real-world friends that you would have talked about it with as well – marketers now seem blindsided to the real-world