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Consumers predict over half a decade of austerity as the ‘feelgood factor’ fails to make a comeback | Mintel

‘Digital waste’ pollutes the online world as brands fail to listen to what people want

Say ‘No’ to Tech City – Mint Digital – its not what’s good for start-ups its what will get people elected

Facebook Is the Final Frontier in Amateur Porn – if this doesn’t sound like a good argument against Facebook’s real-name policy I don’t know what is

Do Facebook Users Even Know What They Like?

Luxury Second-Hand Shops Spreading Like Wildfire In China | Jing Daily

What’s the mindset of America’s shoppers? | Influxinsights

Amazon bobbing and weaving patent warfare to ensure Kindle Fire success | ExtremeTech

How does Sony make money? Life insurance! – SplatF – not surprising at one stage Xerox had a life insurance company, it used the cash flow from that to fund development of the photocopier. The key difference is Sony is using it to prop up a broken model

Electric car an idea that may have had its day | – Chinese government officials think that cost issues and an uncertain environmental benefit may merit a focus on other technologies (pay wall)

Brussels warns on risk of UK double-dip – – UK economy stagnating and government’s deficit reduction strategy isn’t working according to a European Commission report – a deep and prolonged recession complemented by continued market turmoil cannot be excluded

Apple reportedly cuts back iPhone 4S orders

ARM announces 8-way graphics core

IABUK : Paid promotion guidance from the IAB

Majority of Americans Haven’t Dined Out in a Year – Voracious – this says a lot about the economy

A Brief Rant on the Future of Interaction Design

In South Korea, Plastic Surgery Comes Out of the Closet –

Expert says ‘right to be forgotten’ could cause problems for publishers

Seoul’s new mayor vows to scale back on his predecessor’s projects – – focus instead on welfare programmes

How should companies handle complaints via social media? | The Drum

As China PC sales grow, more plan to buy Apple — GigaOM

5 Months of What Sold | betashop – interesting data from Jason Goldberg (disclosure, I worked for a brief while agencyside for a company that Jason was CEO of)

Google+ Pages – WPP Reading Room

Twitter Soars Past TwitPic and YFrog to Become #1 Photo Service | TechCrunch

Facebook Privacy Dwarfed By Google: Infographic

FBI cracks longest botnet scheme in history, affecting over 4 million people | VentureBeat

Warner Bros. Admits Sending HotFile False Takedown Requests | TorrentFreak

MediaPost Publications Dentsu: Japan’s Ad Market Stabilizes, But Remains ‘Severe,’ Revises Outlook Downward 11/09/2011

Best Hong Kong souvenirs and where to get them |

Home | Landmark Men – men’s shopping in Hong Kong

Majority of Britons do not want to engage with brands via social media | New Media Age

Namerick Makes Sure You Remember the Name of That Person You Just Met – genius

Mobile carriers look to public Wi-Fi to meet consumer data demand | The Verge – not convinced it will work

PPR and Brioni: After the deal, the implications | – interesting point about the lack of masculine men-only luxury brands (aside from Dunhill)