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Tweets loud and quiet – O’Reilly Radar

Burberry Scales Back Social Media | L2’s The Daily – did social media make the brand too accessible?

China spent more on mobile ads than US in Q3 2013

Why is Asia so awesome at Facebook engagement?

Nike Launches Christmas-Themed Shoes for Kobe, LeBron, and Durant – Businessweek – is the market being over-exploited

Can Companies Keep Their Entrepreneurs In-House? – Corporate Intelligence – WSJ – basically not much chance

微视 8秒无限欢乐 – Weishi is a Chinese application similar to Vine that makes 8-second videos, connects into your WeChat account. It is being promoted by having celebrity accounts on there

Google Glass Lead: How Wearing Tech on Our Bodies Actually Helps It Get Out of Our Way | Wired Opinion |

Yahoo Introduces New Style Of Flickr Embeds To Seed Content Outside Of The Site | TechCrunch

Facebook, Zuckerberg, banks must face IPO lawsuit: judge | Reuters

China Mobile chairman says still in talks with Apple on iPhone deal | Reuters

Beyonce Sells 1 Million Albums on Apple’s iTunes in Five Days – Peter Kafka – Media – AllThingsD – non-piracy aspects at work here. Music has become devalued as background rather than something to be actively enjoyed. The music industry focuses on blockbusters rather than the tail

oDesk and Elance Merge to Create One Big Freelancer Company – Liz Gannes – News – AllThingsD

Sources: Target Investigating Data Breach — Krebs on Security

Research shows how MacBook Webcams can spy on their users without warning – attack the microcontrollers not the CPU

The man who invented the karaoke machine never patented it – Quartz

One chart that shows how you pay for free apps with your privacy – Quartz

FedEx thinks Amazon’s drone plans are hilarious – Quartz

This company is betting millions that you’ll use cartoon bears instead of English – Quartz – the bit they don’t seem to get is that stickers are a social lubricant rather than a language per se

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