Happy Friday. Thanks for reading, and as I’m writing other, longer posts to come, we’ll get right to the links:
Our thoughts on open markets (Adobe Founders) A short memo responding to Jobs.
Exclusive BlackBerry tablet information (BGR) Another day, another tablet. This is why I don’t think the iPad is going to win. Someone (or many someones) is going to get this right and scale it.
Case Study: American Express OPEN Forum Socializes Small Business (eMarketer) Great to see a major FM partner getting props for work done.
Google’s New Mission? “To Organize the World’s information (Unless It Starts With “i”) …..” (Searchblog) Thoughts on Google’s evolving mission, and the evolving reality of how the web is working.
Mobile Agencies Look Beyond Apps as Market Evolves (ClckZ) Good.
Google executives reflect on year at annual meeting (Cnet) Future focus? Display.
A Bewildering Tangle of Options (NYT) The Times has the Facebook story in its teeth.
What Really Happens When You Attempt to Delete Your Facebook Account (ATD) Funny over the top satire.
Has Facebook’s Active User Growth Dropped 25% to 50%? (SEL) It seems so, according to Danny’s analysis.
The Media Attacks On Facebook And Mark Zuckerberg Are Getting Out Of Hand (TC) Arrington defends Facebook against SAI, for the most part.
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