- This donut is a work of art: Pew has a new report out on arts organizations and digital technology, including social media use and the use of technnology for fundraising, advocacy and more.
- Visualize the donut: Easel.ly is a WYSIWYG platform for making infographics, well, easily.
- Time to make the donuts: At 170 billion tweets and counting, the Library of Congress's archive of Twitter is not yet available to researchers, but in a nice transparency move, the library provides an update. There's a thorough white paper on the project at the link.
- Pass the donuts to these bloggers: ProBlogger, always a solid source about blogging, shares its bloggers to watch in 2013.
- Glazed over: I already watch YouTube videos on an Internet-capable teevee, so I was not surprised by this look inside YouTube's plans to dominate your TV. But if you produce video for online consumption, you should start thinking big screen as well as handheld.
- Passez-moi les beignets: My RSS reader will be even more crowded now that I know how to use Google Scripts to subscribe to foreign blogs in your native language.
- Donutifications: Facebook's started turning off notifications for groups or close friends with whom you haven't interacted in a while, something a few friends of mine noticed last week. At the link, learn how to adjust your notifications if you wish.
- I'm not sure we have enough donuts: LinkedIn topped 200 million users this week.
- Donut holes: Government agencies can use Pinterest without worry, now that the General Services Administration has negotiated terms for government use applicable to all agencies.
- I like mine with sprinkles: How to create top-notch visual content in PowerPoint gives away one of my own little secrets--but then, that's what the weekend read is all about. It's one of the meatier, more useful tutorials I've seen.
Thanks so much for spending part of your week--that important part, right before the weekend--with me here. Now, pass the donuts...
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