- Small peeps only: Twitter heard my threats, and yours: The 140-character limit is here to stay.
- Peeps show: You may not be ready for virtual reality, but in Sweden, the McDonald's Happy Meal box now turns into a VR headset.
- I like a mix of Peep colors: Still struggling with how to curate what shows on your home page? So is the New York Times.
- Peeps in a pod: Amazon and Comcast are teaming up so Amazon can easily offer "skinny bundles" of cable TV content.
- Because I'm ha-peep: Your tweets helped identify where Twitter users are the happiest.
- Peeple power: Seeing ads on Facebook for things you researched online and bought? You can now tell FB "I already own this," although why you'd want to...
- Peep on trucking, baby: The Uber model works...for Uber. Other on-demand services built like Uber are faltering.
- 5 peeps for 10: Twitter turned 10 this week. I would ask where the time went, but I spent a lot of it on Twitter. Here are 5 facts about Twitter in honor of the anniversary.
- For my peeps: This will come in handy: If you're looking for a funny video or GIF to post for your friend's birthday, just type a first name into HappyBirthdayBlank.com and you shall receive.
- Week in review: This week, my Moderating Panels blog looked at what seasoned moderators can do to adjust and refresh their approach to panels. On this blog, I asked Does your public knowledge survey test how stupid we are?
And it wouldn't be a peep-themed Weekend Read without the winners of the Washington Post's annual peeps contest, in which contestants make elaborate dioramas out of peeps. That should see you through until the weekend, peeps.
(Creative Commons licensed photo by Mike Mozart)