Bundling and packages of goods might not be such a good idea: http://t.co/D2L4zwjo (Publishers, are you listening?)
Facebook says it may launch legal action against employers who ask for user passwords : http://t.co/5uKP9i1B
Why Working More Than 40 Hours a Week is Useless: http://t.co/iXz0rHXj
Seesmic layoffs show a founder shaken but not willing to quit: http://t.co/8CDfUHDq
Another example of awesomeness HTML5: http://t.co/fzhZNg2J (scroll down)
Hierarchies of ebook design : http://t.co/DzTEIgH6 - very good!
Important lesson in page views: We crunch the numbers from Gawker's pageview-chasing experiment: http://t.co/MATODC0N. Article coming up next week.
A Retina Display Reckoning for Magazine Publishers. <= very interesting point: http://t.co/zKdPLXAL
Help! I'm Being Forced To Pirate Game Of Thrones Against My Will!http://zite.to/GFC3BG
The 5 basic rules of calculating fan (or follower) value: http://wp.me/pgFVN-1ld
Conde Nast now plans to give advertisers data on each new issue about 10 weeks after it comes out. http://ow.ly/9KqTW <= what a joke!!
The State of the News Media 2012 annual report on the status of American journalism. http://ow.ly/9K8dT
Fun picture and fabulous post! Solitude: My Comfort Zone: http://ow.ly/9J5S1
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