- Crewe news: New data from this U.S. election campaign, via Pew, looks at political campaigns as a direct source of news.
- Voodoo queen: If women rule social media, why don't we make content for them?
- Pin, pointed: Smart read for reputation managers and development teams: What happens when corporate philanthropy makes the recipient look bad.
- Jazz hands: Where's my *finally* button? Twitter may soon be omitting GIFs, photos, and quotes from your 140-character limit. And direct messages will have receipts that indicate to the sender whether you've read them or not.
- Instead of curses: Download and pass around Grammar Girl's editing checklist.
- Carnival mask: Don't like some of the words in your Instagram comments? Now you can filter them out.
- Hot fives and sevens: The New York Times shared a short take on how to set up your own podcasting studio.
- The book of voodoo: At MIT, they've made a camera that can read books without opening them, just like your homework-avoiding kid claims to do.
- Surprise them: For random choices on Netflix, add a button to the site with this Chrome extension.
- Week in review: This week, my Moderating Panels blog shared If voters were moderators: 4 ways to know what your audience expects. On this blog, a reader shared success with converting Facebook page likes to invites to follow, calling it a "one-two punch."
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Friday, September 16, 2016
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