- Giving voice to speakers: Music After 50 shared this post on how to reduce vocal strain to keep the power in your voice--a good tip whether you're singing or speaking.
- Hot jobs: The Case Foundation's looking for a Director of Interactive Technologies. NYU's Stern School of Business has a top communications job open. Pass it along!
- Ebooks with video: Changing the world of ebooks again, Amazon's Kindle has started sound and video options for ebooks. Just over a dozen books have this capability, which works on iPhone/iPad devices, but it's opening up a new world.
- Hacks! iLibrarian shared 11 cheat sheets for Google products. Go ahead, download 'em, no one is looking.
- Online corrections done right: If you overstep online and make a bad prediction, here's how to correct yourself well, courtesy of Louis Gray (whom you should be following).
- Government and social media: EPA, my former agency, issued new guidance documents about Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and more. EPA's also sharing data and map resources related to the BP oil spill.
- Online video goes more mobile: YouTube has a new mobile site. Forget apps. This will help online video keep exploding.
Friday, July 09, 2010
@dontgetcaught on Twitter, where I like to line up and share posts on new trends and ideas for communicators. Here's what caught my eye in the week of July 5: