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MediaPost – six things you need to know about real-time advertising – great paper from Quantcast

Global Recessionary Sentiment Grew in Q3 2012 | Nielsen Wire

Judge Throws Book at S&P Over Shoddy Rating Practices | Mother Jones

Google sources think maps app might struggle for Apple approval | guardian.co.uk

Windows Phone sales to ramp quickly: Microsoft CEO | Reuters – the how doesn’t seem to appear in this article

Coke Hacked And Doesn’t Tell – Bloomberg – disclosure and homogeneous IT system based on Windows seem to be main issues

The press, Google, its algorithm, their scale | Monday Note

For The First Time Ever, iPhone Owner Loyalty Declines – perceived lack of innovation, maps and a tough economy especially in Europe I would have said were factors. Interestingly Strategy Analytics didn’t seem to touch on the economy as a factor

There’s little special about being Irish, no matter how many certs you have – The Irish Times – Wed, Oct 31, 2012

Watch out, ratings agencies. You may be about to be hit by a tidal wave of derivatives claims – Quartz

Dodgy Coder: The slow decline of PCs and the fast rise of Smartphones/Tablets was predicted in 1993 – which is why they took so long to get to Windows8?

Toyota raises profit forecast – more diversified markets than peers Honda, Nissan etc so less exposed to the nationalist consumer sentiment in China

The state of Linux | visualizing.org – another good reason why Microsoft did its deal with Nokia. Microsoft’s enterprise business would have been happy to see Nokia no longer contributiing to the Linux kernel

S Korea debt soars to US$2.75 trillion

Is Facebook “broken on purpose” to sell promoted posts? | Ars Technica

Open Standards Consultation documents | Cabinet Office

Gmail edges Hotmail as world’s top e-mail service | CNET News – another area where Yahoo!’s lead has been slipping

Windows RT, Sideloading, and Office. Oh my. « getwired.com

Dotcom pledges to resurrect international cable project | Computerworld New Zealand

Meet the man the oil industry goes to for a voice of gravitas in the US election – Quartz – great profile of Daniel Yergin

How the internet economy works: Guns, butter and bandwidth — Tech News and Analysis

CYPHER: Cyberpunk Text Adventure – looks brilliant

shardcore » Rap the BBC News – absolute genius