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Date: 2011-05-26
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Thought Leaders: Brian David Johnson
What`s next for digital art and development? DIG talks to industry leader and tech writer Brian David Johnson to get his vision for the future.

The New Face of HDTV
When it comes to HDTVs, it`s easy to be seduced by just a pretty picture. But that`s not enough anymore. Check out these new must-have features you are going to want in a high-def TV.

Content Insider # 181 - The Sequels
"New" Social Media Options Aren't New, They're Sequels
The excitement is almost unbearable. A new web-based social media service is unveiled. Will it be the next (fill in your own current fave)? Will it die? Nope social media can't be killed. For every mind-numbing IPO a sequel emerges from the lake. The only thing the sequel will give you is another chance to place your mark on the Internet forever...another way for you to waste your time telling the boss -- or yourself -- you're "working hard to protect the company, the product from the beasts."

Twitter buys TweetDeck, terms undisclosed
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Twitter confirmed on Wednesday that it has bought TweetDeck, a popular third-party software application that organizes tweets, the short messages delivered through the online social network.

Morgan Stanley allows broker use of social media

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Wall Street banks clamor to underwrite stock for social media companies like LinkedIn and Twitter, but the online networking sites are


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