- Benched: Take a detailed look at how the Super Bowl impacts social media, and whether Facebook activity can predict NFL viewership.
- More burpees needed: In real time, Facebook's new tool for chatter about sports events didn't keep up with real time in the Super Bowl.
- Weigh-in: Wondering about how to measure podcast audiences? Here's how public radio teams are doing it.
- Group run: Instagram added support for managing multiple accounts at once.
- Workout of the (birth)day: It took a $14 million settlement in a class-action lawsuit to do it, but Warner is rescinding its 1988 copyright of "Happy Birthday to You," and putting the song back in the public domain.
- Class signup: This iOS app lets you notarize documents from your phone.
- Private trainer session: Got a Facebook page? Now you can reply to comments with a private message.
- Week in review: This week, my Moderating Panels blog asked Does the moderator needs a script? On this blog, we looked at whether longer sentences in speeches and interviews equals a lying politician. With brief sentences, of course.
- Where am I next? Next week, I'll be away and unplugged for the week. Normal service resumes the following week.
(Creative Commons licensed photo by USAG-Humphreys)