Readings: iPad Adoption, the Future of Journalism, and Dan Ariely on the Power of Free

Readings: iPad Adoption, the Future of Journalism, and Dan Ariely on the Power of Free

iPad adoption rate is exceeding that of the DVD player in its first first year of release, making the iPad the most quickly adopted non-phone electronic product. Bernstein Research says that at this current rate the iPad will pass gaming hardware and the cellular phone to become the 4th biggest consumer electronics category with estimated sales of more than $9 billion in the U.S. next year. (CNBC)

Tim Berners Lee predicts that the future of journalism will be about analyzing data.

According to a Pew Research Study, 21% of Americans researched a product online in the past 24 hours.

Dan Ariely uses tattoos as a means for examining the overwhelming power of free, even if its implications are forever.

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