Every week we like to bring 25 posts together that we think you should be reading this weekend at your leisure.
This week much of the tech news is still being dominated by Steve Jobs. Passages of his book are starting to leak out and are showing what a compelling read it should be.
After a busy month with endless releases, it's been a quiet week for Facebook but Google+ do seem to be gearing up for their own launches in the coming week.
The following posts are a mixture of some of the best thinkers within the industry, some good practical guides and some of the more offbeat social media news that you may not have caught. So here are the 25 social media blog posts that you simply have to read this weekend:
Al Gore on Steve Jobs: He's The Kind of Guy That Comes Along Once Every 250 Years
Just win Baby
Like them or not, the latest changes to Facebook offer big ideas for news orgs
The Federal Reserve Plans To Monitor Facebook, Twitter, Google News
Jobs's final plan: an â€˜integrated' Apple TV
The Chart That Will Scare Away Many Groupon Investors
Facebook Testing "Facebook Credits for Websitesâ€ That Helps Third-Party Sites Sell Virtual Goods
Google+ Guru Bradley Horowitz on Products, Platforms and That Pesky Memo
Enough About You
Apps changing the way we greet future
How Dropbox Will Die
Facebook power users 'have gone to Google+ and Twitter'
Ben Horowitz: "Facebook Is The Best-Run Company In Technologyâ€
One Year-Old Baby Thinks Magazine Is an iPad That Does Not Work
15 Awesome Android Apps for Small Business
With google reader changing is there a competitor looming?
Five Startup Ideas GiftRocket Would Pay For
It's not Google vs. Apple, it is Apple & Google vs. the old way
Venture Capitalists, Secondary Markets And How Everyone Is A Facebook "Investorâ€
36 Leading Social Networking Sites for Business Professionals and Entrepreneurs You May Not Know
7 Quick Ways to Turn Your LinkedIn Profile into a Social Media Marketing Workhorse
6 Ways Small Businesses Can Win With Facebook
Chatting About Journalism, Startups & The Tech Industry at the Startup Grind
How To Create Facebook Subscription Lists
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