- Bring me some sandwiches: Facebook really, really, really wants you to post original video straight to FB, rather than YouTube links, and is hinting directly.
- A swarm of ants: National Geographic's Instagram account has hit 1 billion likes. Yes, that's a b.
- No sandwiches, please: Some Twitter users figured out they could embed MS-DOS games in Twitter cards, allowing you to play them without leaving Twitter. But Twitter really, really, really doesn't want you to do that, and a few other things: “Do not build end-to-end interactive experiences inside the video or audio player unrelated to Player Card content, such as purchasing, gaming, polling, messaging, and data entry.” Hmm, polling. That could be fun.
- Bring your own basket: Uber musters a fleet without owning cars. Facebook's a publisher...of other people's content. Now JetBlue will let airline passengers with Amazon Prime stream their own content as in-flight entertainment. Call it the decade of DIY.
- Every basket needs a handle: Remember when everyone seemed to be making phone covers? Next up, expect thousands of Apple Watch bands.
- Picnic=unplugged meal: Comcast announced its Internet users outnumber its cable television subscribers.
- Some ants just refuse to die: But if you thought all that cord-cutting meant a la carte viewing, think again: The dreaded bundle is coming to the Internet.
- Don't miss the potato salad: This week, I shared loads of help in Better media interviews: 15 tips and resources.
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