- Game-changing books for marketers: Nancy Schwartz put this blog carnival together, collecting posts from nonprofit marketers on books that changed their professional lives. I'm one of many with a good read on this list.
- Working the wiki: A Harvard researcher, disappointed in the accuracy of Wikipedia's psychology articles, has launched an initiative to improve them.
- Money for nothing and the books for free: The National Academies has decided to make all its books available for free. That's the good news. The bad news? They're all going to be in PDF, not ebook, format.
- Cooler tweets: 10 cool things you didn't know you could do on Twitter has all sorts of magic for you to try...like removing all the locations you attached to tweets, and other tricks.
- We're all seekers: Reports surfaced this week that Twitter search is serving up 1.6 billion search queries per day.
- Delight me like that: There's a lot of talk online about using your company's social media sites to delight your customers. Motorola's offering a 50 percent off discount on Bluetooth accessories on its Facebook page. That'll do it.
- YouTube mixes it up: Now you can use Creative Commons licenses on YouTube to allow others to remix your work, with credit, and leave comments with symbols, rather than writing a long screed, on YouTube videos.
- Play it: Tumblr users now can record and share music with SoundCloud, making the site even more versatile.
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