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Little Printer | BERG Cloud – getting buzz all over the creative London web at the moment

WebOS app development chief flees to Xobni — Tech News and Analysis

Netmums launches site for ‘the woman behind the mum’ | New Media Age – dealing with mum’s multiple identities

Louis Vuitton Launches First Hong Kong/Macau City Guide « Jing Daily

Tens of millions of HP LaserJet printers vulnerable to hacking | ExtremeTech

Wolf Fathers and Harvard Girls | China Power

Free Software activists to take on Google with new free search engine | ITworld

YouTube Passes 20 Billion Video Views In One Month

Palantir, the War on Terror’s Secret Weapon – Businessweek – would be handy for smart CRM systems and fraud detection as well

RIM BlackBerry Mobile Fusion to help companies manage Apple and Android devices | The Verge

South Korea’s economy: What do you do when you reach the top? | The Economist – interesting economic profile on Korea The Uncharted Path: The Autobiography of Lee Myung-Bak (9781402262913): Lee Myung-Bak: Books – interesting to see how reviews of former president Lee Myung-Bak’s book brought Korean political squabbling into the review section on – a US site

Facebook’s entire business model is under fire in the EU | VentureBeat – I love the European Union

Who’s Your Brand’s Editor-in-Chief? – David C. Edelman – Harvard Business Review – good examples of brand media

Former Reed Elsevier analyst on the science of media pricing – Paywall Strategies 2012 preview | TheMediaBriefing

Dentsu reveals Japan’s “hit products” of 2011, smartphones remain on top – Campaign Asia-Pacific

Facebook launches updated Insights | Asia Digital Map

Firms urged to play by the rules when overseas | – interesting that the government is putting emphasis on CSR by Chinese companies working overseas (paywall)

Alan Moore – meet the man behind the protest mask | The Observer – it was a nice literary tail for the Guardian to loop back with Alan Moore