The answer is that they share room here and on my radar for today but throwing a list of links at you is not my style. Beyond this idea not being on my radar it's more like I hope that there are better ways of dealing with links I might want to suggest to someone.
Instead of sticking random lists of links in this - or other - blogs, mainly I
- Write something about the item, then post it to this blog or the cancer-related Boobs on Ice depending on the topic
- Use friend-feed to share stuff that passes through my line of sight and catches my eye
- Tweet why I'm dropping the link in the tweetstream
- Rely on soup to collect my own non-twitter content and then add bits and pieces I'd like to keep on my own radar to look at later
But today the call of these two screamed out at me and I don't want to opine at length. Thus random links:
- Analysts Highlight 10 Things Retailers Should Know About Social Networks, Gartner Says Social Networks Are Attracting Too Much Traffic for Retailers to Igno
- Reuters sees Twitter as a breaking news tool: New Media File
Did it save me time? No - because I wound up writing about what I do with links. Typical.