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Daily Roundup for 2008-01-08


Why do people shop online? How do they find items, and what factors are important to them in making purchasing decisions? These are some of the questions we set out to explore in our December online-buying survey. Over 900 people took the survey. By aggre


Robert Scoble, he of many thousand friends on Facebook, was suspended from the social network after he used a new Plaxo feature to automatically export the contact info of his Facebook friends. Facebook has now let him back in, but only after the uber-blogger’s brief hiatus created quite the stir in–where else?–the blogosphere. This brings up an interesting question: Do you own your social network? Or does Facebook?

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