- Paste this: Kleiner Perkins analyst Mary Meeker has the most-read slide deck around this week, as she unveiled her report on Internet trends. From Internet usage to wearable mobile devices and much more, this is a data set you need to start reading now.
- Now with more gleam: Pinterest has rolled out expanded information on pins from many brand--movies may come with ratings and cast info, recipes with cooktimes--and added a "pin it" button to its mobile apps.
- Chew on this: Sink your teeth into this meaty new data on how Pinterest is killing it as a social commerce site.
- Brush before bed: In the last weekend read, we learned that 88 percent of us are using mobile devices while watching teevee. Someone else noticed: Twitter's rolling out the ability for brands to serve you promoted tweets when you tweet about the programs you're watching. It's tied to the ads you're already seeing on the tube.
- Winning smile: Surgeons at UCLA posted a live Vine video view of brain surgery--including the part where the patient was woken up and played guitar live, right on the table. Can't make this stuff up.
- Toothsome: Pew has launched a new data blog that aims to sit in the real-time gap between information and news.
- I told you to brush: Moms turn out to be the power users of mobile social media.
- First, floss: If all you do is run around looking for ROI and evaluative data, stop for a minute and think about what's coming next, not what's behind you. Is predictive modeling the future of decision-making? is a good place to start.
Communicators are all smiles--if they've already registered for Be an Expert on Working with Experts, a one-day workshop on June 13 for communicators who work with subject-matter experts, scientists and policy wonks. Today's the very last day to sign up, by midnight Eastern Time. Are you in?
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