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How to write a Malcolm Gladwell bestseller in seven easy steps. A job for the weekend.

The anatomy of a winning iPhone app.

35 infographics groups on Flickr. Yummy.

Wired's iPad app to surpass print sales... in just nine days! Yep, you read that correctly. Awesome work.

Phil Gyford has used The Guardian API to create a story-centric interface with horizontal scroll browsing capabilities. Neat.

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Chris Lake

Published 10 June, 2010 by Chris Lake

Chris Lake is CEO at EmpiricalProof, and former Director of Content at Econsultancy. Follow him on Twitter, Google+ or connect via Linkedin.

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