Links of the day | 在网上找到

Slate doubles down on podcasts, courting niche audiences and happy advertisers » Nieman Journalism Lab – charging audience entry to tapings

HTC to offer Sony Playstation games on smartphones – Campaign Asia-Pacific – HTC one-ups Samsung in war of content; Flipboard versus PlayStation games

Download Any File or Web Page by Pasting Its URL Into Firefox’s Download Window

Corning Willow Glass announced, enables flexible displays

Sharp, SEL Revamp IGZO TFT — Tech-On!

Face To Face: How Airtime Will Re-Humanize The Internet | TechCrunch

European Luxury Union flexes political muscle | Material World

Ken Shirriff’s blog: Apple iPhone charger teardown: quality in a tiny expensive package

Improving Product Returns Presents Biggest Opportunity for Retailers – low-hanging fruit in e-commerce

Study: First-Time Moms Spend More Time On Facebook After Giving Birth – AllFacebook – it makes sense, keeping in touch and support networks

Exclusivity is not a criteria for luxury” –

Bloomberg BNA Releases Third Quarter Employment Outlook Report – PR Newswire – mixed news for knowledge workers

Potential of US-South Korea FTA Extolled – (paywall)

Don’t Mean To Be Alarmist, But The TV Business May Be Starting To Collapse – Business Insider

What’s with Ray Kurzweil? – EE Times – maybe it was crappy set dressing?

State of Digital Marketing in Asia | Econsultancy – paywall

Sony market value slumps to lowest since release of Walkman | TechEye

China’s frugal millionaires: moving beyond bling? | beyondbrics

Why you should be using rel=author | Econsultancy

So, you thought London 2012 was for spectators? Wrong | – not terribly surprising, just emphasises how huge a  mistake of having the Olympics was

One Reply to “Links of the day | 在网上找到”

  1. You clearly haven’t studied the undisputed economic benefits of holding the games (see

    One of the post-olympic economic benefits (among many achieved by Sydney holding the Olympics) is the time it takes to travel by train from Sydney to Newcastle is now slower than it was in the 1930’s.

    So enjoy the festivities while you can. If Sydney and Atlanta are anything to go by it will take a least a decade to recover from the hangover.

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