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Betsy Mead
Betsy Mead on April 3, 2013.

How Los Angeles fights gridlock. NYTimes.

BRIC countries – submerging, not emerging? BusinessWeek.

How Ebay has found success under current CEO. USAToday.

Wireless charging electric bus gets tested in Germany. FutureOfThings.

The potential effect of cars without drivers. Quartz.

Aereo wins in court, but what does this mean for TV? GigaOm.

Facebook in talks to buy Bang With Friends. TechCrunch. 

Online reputations used to evaluate trustworthiness. WSJ. 

What are the USA’s most and least frequently found jobs? Atlantic.

Kiwi filmgoer gets a refund when promised ‘bang’ from trailer doesn’t appear. Guardian.

Wallet can send gift cards straight to recipients, from receipts. TheNextWeb. 

Reselling MP3s on the web banned. TheVerge.

Twitter tries new way to increase advertising revenue. TheNextWeb.

What we can takeaway from Justin Timberlake. Forbes.

Kids demand bigger beds, perhaps due to increased laptop use. Jezebel.

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