Baez, Gonzalo; Kaye, James; Hooper, Matt; Pod, Paul
October 2007
New Media Age;10/25/2007, p15
Trade Publication
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues related to media, including an opinion on the importance of social search, a comment on the lack of advertising inventory on operator WAP portals and a view on the use of instant messaging and community-based networking.


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