- Shared wall: Feedly has asked users about sharing reads with others, a much-beloved feature that got cut out of Google Reader some time ago. (Hint: You're not the only one who misses it.) David Pogue runs down the Feedly v. Google Reader comparisons here.
- Bring your own bricks: Get used to bring-your-own-device policies instead of the office-bought iPad. A survey says the BYO policy will be more common by 2016.
- Writing on the wall: Learn how to put subtitles on your digital movies.
- Wall of fame: First, they put an Instagram photo on the front page. Now, a GIF. That New York Times! And for the data nerds, here's a look at how the NYT did its interactive tools during the Olympics.
- Great wall of notebooks: Evernote has 4 million users in China.
- Walk through walls: Despite all the griping over Google Glass, you'll like this physics instructor's tour of CERN using the device. Want to further get nerdy about Glass? Read this multi-part review of all the Google Glass apps, software and hardware, a little slice of nerd-vana. With photos. There goes Friday...
- Pinned against the wall: See the most popular brand boards on Pinterest.
- Just another brick in the wall: With marketing creeping up on serendipity, has social media lost its way?
- BrickedIn: WiseBread has 9 LinkedIn changes every job hunter should make, and some other redhead takes a profane look at LinkedIn endorsements (spoiler: she hates 'em) and how to get rid of them.
- Wall of sound: NPR got a new mobile site (this trend's going around) and why scrolling's a big part of it.
- Pay wall: YouTube's setting up paid subscriptions for some channels. Here's the official rundown from Google. For those of us with Internet-capable teevees, meet your newest alternative to cable teevee.
- Tear down that wall: Before you embark on your next project, research yourself first.
Deadline wall: You've got just under a week to grab the discounted registration rate for Be an Expert on Working with Experts, my popular one-day workshop for communicators who work with smart folks. The workshop is June 13, and registration stays open till May 31 or when all seats are filled. But that nifty discount goes away after May 16. Are you in?
Next week, I'm in London to keynote the International Speechwriters Conference, but there's no wall high enough to keep me away from you, right here, so you'll get a global weekend read next week. Enjoy your weekend!
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