- Shiny: You might want to know about these 5 simple video editing apps. Handy list.
- Expensive-looking: Pinterest reversed its policy banning affiliate links, offering users another way to make money on the site.
- Clear as crystal: Please do this on my blogs: Pew says one-fifth of Americans report going online "almost constantly."
- Lighting grid: Periscope's making it easier to automatically save, delete, and manage your videos.
- Elaborate: The next big user interface to compete with Facebook and Twitter? Mark Coatney thinks it's Gmail.
- Swinging: Pinterest shared a planning calendar with useful tips to guide your posts; for example, Pinterest users start planning for seasonal events as much as 60 days in advance.
- Phantom of the opera? Facing charges of bias, Facebook published its internal editorial guidelines. Study and pass along.
- Reflected light: People spend more time watching Netflix than they do exercising, reading, or spending time with friends--combined. That's about 100 minutes a day.
- With matching sconces: More than 50 percent of all Evernote users also have a Google Account. Now, everyone using Google Drive can access their Drive files in Evernote, no switching between apps.
- Clink, clink: Video ads are coming to Pinterest.
- Week in review: This week, my Moderating Panels blog looked at a new conference session format in which a moderator juggles a keynote speaker, expert panel, and audience--all at once. On this blog, I looked at how Amazon's Echo and its Kindle Oasis are pushing me (happily) into a hands-free world.
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Friday, May 20, 2016
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