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Happy new year! We hope you got the rest, family time and disconnection you deserved this Christmas. Now’s time to look ahead again. But fir…

Happy new year! We hope you got the rest, family time and disconnection you deserved this Christmas. Now’s time to look ahead again. But first – here is your back-to-work quick guide to what happened while you were eating mince pies…

Our seasonal views…
» Our Bets For Digital Media In 2011
» Goodbye 2010, Year Of The #Fail
» News Corp’s Christmas Day Strategy: Catch iPad Gift Recipients
» JWT’s 100 Things To Watch In 2011

Our rolling news…
» New Investment By Goldman And DST Values Facebook At $50 Billion
» SEC Watch: Groupon Raises Half A Billion In Half A Round
» What Comes After Newspapers: Forget Form, It’s About Content
» WPP Digital Acquires Blue State Digital
» Court To AFP: Pics Aren’t Free Just Because They’re On Twitter
» Video: Meltwater’s CEO Lyssegen ‘Promotes’ Newspapers’ Content
» Video: Jeremy Hunt On Why The UK’s Not On Silicon Valley’s Radar
» Video: News Corp’s Dominic Young Says Paywalls Are Good For Humans
» Lonely Planet Drops App Prices To Get Noticed At Christmas

Essential news in links…
» Another unsourced Sunday Times story puts a £200 million price on Lovefilm for Amazon.
» BSkyB sold Wisden Cricketer to enthusiasts.
» Skype was down for days, launches iPhone 4 video calls.
» Spotify didn’t launch in the U.S. in 2010, per its earlier target. TechCrunch can’t contain its glee. In fact, Spotify shied from the 2010 target about a month ago.
» Ofcom submitted its report on News Corp.’s BSkyB (NYSE: BSY) takeover; further inquiry expected.
» Trinity Mirror (LSE: TNI) named Neil MacDonald head of web and data development on its Merseyside titles.
» Investor negativity a frustration for Autonomy

» Facebook By The Numbers In 2010
» RuNet Trends 2010. Yandex acquiring WebVisor. ProfMedia invests in Digital Access
» BitTorrent Zeitgeist: What People Searched For in 2010

» iPad mag sales have slowed. But, compared with newsstand sales, they’re healthy. Problem is, U.S. mag subscribers have to pay twice, says Enders’ Ben Evans.
» iPads, Print-on-Demand Slowly Transform Magazines in 2010
» iPad traffic to CBS Interactive’s French sites doubled after the holidays
» France mulls extending copying-levy to tablets, except Windows
» Two thirds of U.S. internet users have paid for digital content.

» Radiohead Charity Pay-What-You-Want DVD On BitTorrent
» Hadopi Sends 100,000 Warning Emails To Suspected Pirates
» 95+ Predictions For the Web In 2011

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