- A pride of lions: Some new social media data, with a reminder not to focus measurement on too broad a segment of the audience.
- The lions' territory: News organizations are busy creating bespoke maps of primary results. Here's a sampling.
- A lion is not a zebra: I know you know this, but to share with others: Why a PDF isn't an ebook.
- Not quite the MGM lion: The television academy has expanded its Emmy awards categories to include short digital content. YouTube creators, you know what to do.
- Pawprints: Branded content has been praised as something new in social media, but in many cases, it's more of a warmed-over approach from days of yore, says this thoughtful HBR article.
- Paws and claws: Google Photos just got some new editing tools.
- Thirsty lions: Call it the Kindle of filtered water: Why Amazon's new filtered-water pitcher is so smart.
- Hiding in the tall grass: Facebook advertisers now number 3 million. There's lots more data to absorb at the link.
- Week in review: This week, my Moderating Panels blog urged you to embrace your inner housekeeper when moderating a panel. On this blog, I shared a new cautionary tale for you to bring to your CEO and senior management.
(Creative Commons licensed photo by jerry dohnal)