- Stop, drop and roll: Twitter's new Vine video embedding is just a week old, but already there's Vinepeek, a new service that lets you watch an endless stream of these six-second videos in real time, and VineIt, which lets you share Vine videos easily on Tumblr.
- Drops that make an ocean: Every once in a while, you stumble across tweets like this one, marking a blog comment 10 years ago that led these two people to create what became WordPress.
- Drop kick: YouTube's taking steps toward a paid subscription model for some channels.
- Drop the act: Can you guess which websites were the biggest (that is, most-visited) last year?
- Shop till you drop: Pew reported that more consumers are using cellphones to make shopping decisions, and here's an infographic that plays out what that looks like now, and in a few years.
- Drip? I always say that if you lack a personality in social media, you need to go get one. Now, The Onion is helping brands to do that.
- Drop in: Networking feels unnatural to you? Freelancers Union has 4 keys to natural networking.
- Drop it? Should you use Twitter hashtags? This article says only if you want other pros in the field, or folks in a very specialized niche, to see your work.
- Droplet surface tension: Google+ surpassed Twitter this week to become the second-largest social network.
- Drop-ed: The Knight Foundation's funding an app to gather oral histories.
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