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US anti-piracy body targets foreign website owners for extradition | The Guardian

Rules on Twitter direct messages changing | News | TechRadar UK – ability to DM verified businesses even if you don’t follow them

In Asia, take comScore data with a huge grain of salt – TNW Asia

Samsung Blinks | MacNews – has withdrawn counter-suites against Apple

I, Cringely » The enemy of my enemy – Bob Cringely on Google’s next likely move after losing the Nortel patent portfolio to an alliance of its enemies

Dare to err – McKinsey Quarterly – great article by Tadashi Yanai, CEO of Fast Retailing (Uniqlo’s parent company). The big one for me about Japanese companies is not to lose their national identity which I think they have done with their ‘global’ brands

Hitachi Uses CFRP to Reduce Weights of Vacuum Cleaners — Tech-On! – interesting: carbon fibre instead of glass matting or a talc ‘compound’ plastic mix

In San Francisco, Silicon Valley Culture Stands Apart – – unintended consequences of architectural design and social policy

Scorecard: How to Interview your Future Employer for the Corporate Social Strategist Position « Web Strategy by Jeremiah Owyang

Apple to surpass HP as top notebook vendor in 2012 – it depends what you define as a notebook

iPhone, Android gain U.S. share in May, BlackBerry falters – Verizon’s iPhone gives consumers a choice in the US market

Top 10 Hong Kong restaurants | – the disruption of real-world experiences: Everyone’s a critic: the smartphone and social media effect We’ve all seen them. They’re at the next table, taking photos of everything from the first amuse-bouche to the last dessert crumb. They’re on their smartphones the entire meal, liveblogging every bite.

TECHNOLOGY REPORT » Artificial Intelligence Pioneer Marvin Minsky on the current state of AI Research – a high tech research version of the ‘if you have a hammer, every problem looks like a nail’

Microsoft admits Patriot Act can access EU-based cloud data | ZDNetCan Microsoft guarantee that EU-stored data, held in EU based datacenters, will not leave the European Economic Area under any circumstances — even under a request by the Patriot Act? – This screws US technology sales in a number of areas