- Gold-medal strategy? NBC announced it will live-stream anything at the Olympics "that has a camera on it," but won't archive any footage until after the broadcast.
- Road warrior tool: I love Belkin's mini-surge protector for travel, but this new version sits flush against the wall, a design improvement. Belkin has periodic 50-percent-off-everything sales if you can be patient.
- News of all kinds: Good: 58 percent of Fortune 500 Companies have a Facebook page. Not so good: 31 percent of Facebook pages have fewer than 31 fans. Unless the 31 are exactly the people you want to reach, of course.
- Get a handle on this: Your profile picture on Facebook's going to get bigger--and this post has the specs so you can get started.
- Does your door have the right address? 64% of listings on Foursquare are inaccurate. Have you done some housecleaning on your location's presence there? This post shows what you might be missing if you don't.
- Where has the time gone? Last year, YouTube had more than 1 trillion views, or more than 140 views for every person on earth. This year, the site turns 7 years old. What were we doing 8 years ago?
- What does engagement mean? If you think it's a goal, think again. Engagement is a result. Adjust your approach to social media accordingly.
- A door opens on health reporters' social media use: Maryn McKenna Storifyed this panel at the Association of Health Care Journalists meeting on how health reporters use social media.
What a month it's been--but I know I wouldn't have made it this far without you. Thanks, as always, for hanging out here. We'll always have the weekend...