- And little lambs eat ivy: On my last United flight, the attendant told me the wifi wasn't working "because there are a lot of clouds." Uh-huh. Or people downloading things from the cloud, perhaps? Get the skinny on how it works now and what's coming in why in-flight wifi will change soon. Not a moment too soon for me.
- Checking in at the pasture: Tim Nekritz has a good overview of what happened to geosocial media.
- Many, many lambs: Instagram added its own collage app, called Layout.
- Baa. Baa. Baa. Baa. The auto-play video is coming to your Twitter feed.
- Grazing rights? The weekend read has already alerted you to Facebook's desire to get top publishers (New York Times, BuzzFeed, National Geographic) to publish directly to FB. Control issues are one problem, but for users, it means faster downloads...and a lack of loyalty to home pages. Get more background at the link.
- Branded lambs: Google is poised to bring ad-tracking technology to television. Serious game-changer, this. Learn about it now.
- Out like a....Time is short to register for What goes into a TED-quality talk, my pre-conference workshop at the Spring Speechwriters and Business Communicators Conference in Cambridge, UK, this April. The workshop will help you learn how to craft and deliver a talk in the style of TED, whether you're getting ready for a TEDx conference, writing a speech for someone else, or aiming to do a presentation in this popular style. Go to this link for more details on what's included, as well as a significant discount. The workshop is on 15 April, and the conference is 16-17 April. Please join me!
(Creative Commons licensed photo by Tim Pokorny)