- Breakfast Can Wait. The Day’s First Stop Is Online. Technology has shaken up morning routines — people are increasingly waking up and lunging for their laptops. Sign of the times: Mr. Gude wakes at around 6 a.m. to check his work e-mail and his Facebook and Twitter accounts. http://bit.ly/Pzj5P
- Ten Twips for Conference Twitterati http://bit.ly/ilbQQ
- Mobile phones now outnumber PCs worldwide by 4 billion to 1.5 billion http://bit.ly/XINZ
- Twitter troubles show fragility of social networks http://bit.ly/gnPbn - Highlights their limited usefulness and interchangeability too.
- Textbooks Offered For iPhones: Publisher is making its college digital textbooks readable on iPhones and iPods http://bit.ly/3mSPkE
- Customer service (and asking for advice) in the age of Twitter: http://bit.ly/raBTU
- Video: Painting Traditional Way by Indigenous Australians http://bit.ly/18DSUU - Indigenous Australians: Nyurru-Warnu Warlpiri media archive is covering 25 years http://bit.ly/FVARr via @BiteTheDust
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