Links of the day

When Trying to Preserve the Planet Strains the Relationship – NYTimes.com – environmentalism causing maritial strife

Google Case Highlights Gaps in Computer Security – NYTimes.com – interesting take on security

News Analysis – In Recall, a Role Model Stumbles – NYTimes.com – crisis response by J&J on Benadryl, Motrin, Rolaids, Simply Sleep, St. Joseph Aspirin and Tylenol 20 months late

Editorial – After Dubai – NYTimes.com – New York Times expects some EU countries to be the next Dubai as the financial crisis ripple out and reverberates around the world

Sears Orchestrates Comeback Via The Internet (via brandchannel) – Sears own KMart the discount voucher supermarket which Walmart and Target filleted, but have managed to reinvent itself online

YSlow :: Add-ons for Firefox – great tool for measuring page upload performance

The 5 Digg Tools You Need

Unleashing the Creative Economic Revolution | Richard Florida – interesting to see him present a number of ideas from ‘Who is your city?’

Google, China, and the New High Ground of Advantage – Umair Haque – Harvard Business Review – not convinced by Umair’s post, but its worthwhile reading. I think it was for more short-term business and commercial-orientated reasons.

Item club predicts a ‘painful’ recovery dependent on exports to Asia | Business | The Observer – its going to be difficult

China at Odds With Future in Internet Fight – NYTimes.com – some consumer feedback.

Why we can’t always find what we’re looking for (and sometimes find what isn’t there) – different kind of discipline but a similar kind of problem to internet monitoring

Video interview: Reshaping business education in a new era – evolution of MBA education