- Don't get caught on online photo usage: This New York Times piece walks you through the copyright issues on who owns photos you post online. A must for your team to read.
- iPhone live reporting? Yup. NPR's using iPhone's to do live audio reports, and Nieman Labs tells you how.
- I can see you now: Here's a report that says 7 percent of doctors talk to patients on video, and another reporting that 80 percent of mobile videos are viewed on iOS devices.
- So that's where all the files are: Dropbox users are saving one million files in the cloud every five minutes. Want more space? Use this link to sign up and we both get an additional 250MB of storage on Dropbox.
- What if a tweet cost your nonprofit $18,000? And to make it more interesting, what if the tweet was in keeping with your nonprofit mission--and donors stepped in and filled the gap after Comcast pulled its funding? A great case study.
- Facebook moves to limit censorship on pages: This is big. Facebook will now prevent your company page from disabling the wall (and therefore comments), which too many entities do when they don't like the discussion. New and unbranded pages will see this change immediately. A must-read.
- @nytimes goes live: The Times will stop auto-feeding headlines and post "by hand," as I like to say. That is, a real human will tweet at all times from that address. Bravo!
- Foursquare fickle? This consumer details getting stiffed on a Foursquare coupon at JiffyLube--he checked in and got the coupon special but was told he needed to print it out in order to redeem it. So mobile! Don't do this at home, kids.
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