Links of the day | 在网上找到

China: Beyond The Miracle | Zero Hedge – interesting piece of analysis

Rigging the I.P.O. Game – NYTimes.com – this reminds me of the first day ‘pop’ that my former client VA Lnux had when they IPO’d

Q&A with Jim ‘BRIC’ O’Neill: Grillo’s good, China’s fine, Europe’s fading – Quartz

How Starbucks uses Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter and Google+ | Econsultancy

Chinese women aspire to be housewives | Market-interactive.com

Study: Twitter debates don’t represent opinions of general public (Wired UK)

How to RSVP in an Entrepreneurial Way | AlwaysOn

Twitter Archiving Google Spreadsheet TAGS v3 Jisc CETIS MASHe

Evening Standard – FIFTY BEST: Independent coffee shops – as a Foursquare list

16th annual CEO survey – pwc – (PDF)

The Agenda for the Global Marketer – ad people worldwide – interesting white paper (PDF)

Penn Schoen Berland – Execs say cyber-attacks a top priority – PSB is a sister agency

Outside looking in – EIU – challenges CMO faces in dealing with the board

Google services should not require real names: Vint Cerf | Reuters

Tumblr to Introduce Mobile Advertising to Help Achieve Profit – Bloomberg

Google controls too much of China’s smartphone sector: ministry | Reuters – 90 per cent market share

Why the Galaxy S4 won’t be shedding its plastic roots | CNET News

TelecomTV | Reality bites: Fed-up with Facebook, the kids are are going somewhere “cooler”. – can’t say that I am surprised beyond the fact that network effects had been such a break on the retreat

Catching Up with the City Boy Who Spilled the City’s Secrets | VICE United Kingdom – interview with Geraint Anderson formerly a columnist in thelondonpaper

Share Everything: Why the Way We Consume Has Changed Forever – Emily Badger – The Atlantic Cities

#LFW: The ELLE UK Twitter report | ELLE UK – since when was fashion a democracy? Elle uses Twitter as an arbiter of taste