- Speed bump: Internal comms always used to hit a speed bump on social media: What employee would want to friend the boss? Now employers are using anonymous networks to get workers to share feedback.
- Steering problems: Wikipedia isn't facing the mobile era with ease. Will its too-complex-for-mobile editing code, a shortage of editors, and politics spell the demise of the site?
- Bump up: Here are useful instructions for how to transcribe video files to text with YouTube. Smart for boosting SEO, since search engines can't read video content.
- Bumped off the list: Gmail's "undo send" option is out of labs and into your mailbox
- Bumper crop: Facebook's working on innovations, claiming it now has a way to recognize people in photos even when their faces are obscured. FB also is looking at ways to use your facial expression to generate the next version of "likes."
- This should hit a bump: Chevy created the first all-emoji press release. If we need a sign that the press release has jumped the shark, I believe this may be it.
- Missed the turn: This week, 6 big ways I get the most out of Evernote clues you in on how I use this tool to power blogging, travel, paperless offices, and much more.
Friday, June 26, 2015
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