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Ireland’s newspapers suffer hard times – FT.com

Another Reason Google Reader Died: Increased Concern About Privacy and Compliance – Liz Gannes – News – AllThingsD – boils down to mainstream vs. niche

What If The Google Reader Readers Just Don’t Come Back? | TechCrunch

Looking for a Google Alerts Alternative? Try This

Third of digital ads ‘may never be seen’ (Infographic) – Digital Intelligence

Lane Crawford employs 3D scanning for spring/summer campaign – Campaign Asia

Social | Facebook Events Join the Contextual-Computing Party – location data used well

Your Neighborhood Is Why You’re Fat – urban planning and health. Summary – suburbs and kitchen sink estates without mass transit system links and cycle-friendly roads are bad for you

Why Koreans Love Tumblr, And Other Social Network Surprises – not so much why but interesting insights none-the-less

Pepsi Unveiling New Bottle Design – first tune-up since 1997

China Mobile: Let the Market Decide How to Charge Tencent for WeChat

The week in charts – Economist – interesting data points on Alibaba

Apple is finally making money on content

NYT: Apple allegedly squeezing EU operators on iPhone contracts, regulators looking into it | The Verge

BlackBerry World catalog now boasts 100,000 BlackBerry 10 apps; 30,000 added in last 7 weeks – The Next Web

Apple’s Data Centers Now Running on 100% Renewable Energy, Corporate Facilities at 75% – Mac Rumors

Recharging Japan’s Dominance in Lithium-ion Batteries – PARC blog

The man behind Flickr on making the service ‘awesome again’ | The Verge – making the site more responsive would be a good start

Social media, a blank canvas for your brand | IAB UK

China’s e-tail revolution | McKinsey & Company

This Is the Scariest Statistic About the Newspaper Business Today – Derek Thompson – The Atlanticin 2012, newspapers lost $16 in print ads for every $1 earned in digital ads. And it’s getting worse, according to a new report by Pew. In 2011, the ratio was just 10-to-1

Google Glass is Provoking a Backlash Because it’s Rude to Wear a Computer over Your Eye | MIT Technology Review

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