- Short bone: The New York Times is writing one-sentence stories for the Apple watch.
- No bones about it: Twitter launched a platform for media publishers called Curator, to help them monitor who's talking about what.
- To the bone: Pinterest has doubled its male user base in the US, and here's what the guys are up to.
- Is that a skeleton in your closet? Here's a good look at whether Kickstarter is really right for your business.
- Don't break that bone: Google+ photos are now integrated into Google Drive, a good thing...but here's a caution worth knowing.
- Where the bones are buried: Want to embed Facebook videos in your website or blog? Here's how.
- They're here. I feel it in my bones: Time to learn about your next audience, Generation Z.
- Meat on the bone: They're not all clickbait: The Internet's most-read stories in one chart.
- Boney Maroney: Bloggers should know how to use lyrics without paying a fortune or a lawyer.
- Bonz: Want more shares on Pinterest? Link to branded content.
- Missed this bone? My post on media interview smarts this week looked at how to correct yourself in an interview.
(Photo from the Library of Congress Flickr album of mystery photos, circa 1923. Go find another masterpiece to use.)
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