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Organic sour jelly beans, yum – just in time for Easter!

Scholastic (remember their monthly book club school offerings? Sigh) debuts an app for kids that offers 5 free ebooks. It’s called Storia and you can get here.

While in Switzerland, I picked up a Victorinox Swiss Army SwissCard as a gift for my best friend. I wish I had bought more it’s the perfect gift for girls who love gadgets and slim purses.

Wowza. According to a recent study Consumers Need $150,000 a Year to Live Comfortably.

Fast Company has become one of my favorite reads, here’s a must read for anyone marketing anything today: How To Market To Consumers With Social-Media ADD

The Book Blogger Convention has been brought into the BEA fold and is now an official part of the expo. You can get tickets for the BEA Bloggers & BlogWorld at BookExpo America (BEA) here.

What is really like to work at an agency: Where Is Sisyphus Today? He Works At An Agency

Storytelling Masterpiece Theater for Marketers – How to change the world with a story: Invisible Children’s Kony 2012 Video About Uganda Conflict: The Making Of A Viral Masterpiece and here’s where they get called out on the facts.
Are people using Sonar?
WTF is Pinterest? An infographic

Stop junk mail with a snap with this app.

The Albatros bookmark keeps up with you as you read.
A lot of people have been telling me about this book, I might have to read it myself. Someone pass me a brown paper bag book cover. 
I can’t wait for the Hunger Games, Snow White, Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter, Dark Shadows Spiderman and Batman movies to come out.
How to cite a tweet in a paper.

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