- Loose leaf: Google is reportedly working on a standalone messaging app that won't require a Google login. Stand by...
- Closed for the season: After users complained, Facebook is adjusting its guidelines for researchers who want to use the site's data.
- Can I opt-out of these leaves? Forrester says Americans are reading more email spam, er, newsletters than ever before.
- Leaf peepers? LinkedIn will now tell you more about why someone may have viewed your profile.
- A little leaf or two: A Harvard professor came up with a standing desk you can fit in a laptop bag, and Tricaster Mini gives you a whole TV studio in a carry-on.
- Yellow leaves: Post-It notes have a new app that lets you take a picture of your wall of notes and digitize them, something you've been able to do on Evernote for a long time. Just sayin'. Click on that Evernote link and get a free month of premium service with your new free account.
- I'll pay you a dollar to rake those leaves: Here's a great example of what a $1 Facebook ad budget can buy.
- Make like a tree and leave: Marketing firms are mining your selfies for ads.
Friday, October 10, 2014
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