- Mind the gap: This Pew data looks at gaps in people's readiness to use digital tools to learn online.
- Work trip: Some of us have been working to convince clients to use Facebook at work for a long time, but it's this guy's job for real now that Facebook has launched its Workplace option.
- Journey with a crowd: Here's the rundown on the second U.S. presidential debate's impact on social media. In particular, YouTube got nearly twice as many views as conventional teevee for the second debate.
- Travel safe: Lots of folks covered the most effective way to convince folks to evacuate when a hurricane is coming, in advance of Hurricane Matthew. But this link goes to Gretchen Rubin's unusual take, based on different personality types and what they need to hear to take action. Useful for emergency communicators.
- Get on the bus: Adweek shares this playbook for social marketing to Generation Z (y'know, after millennials).
- Quick trips? Netflix and NPR veterans are behind this new podcast platform serving personalized, short-form audio.
- Travel as a sport: The National Football League has new rules and fines for teams' social media posts.
- Week in review: This week, my Moderating Panels blog looked at what panel moderators can do to advance conference codes of conduct. On this blog, I shared feedback from clients who are surprised to find that I'm a speaker coach who can work with scientists.
- Travel smart: Buy my ebook, The Eloquent Woman's Guide to Moderating Panels; tell your colleagues to put this blog in their feeds; sign up for my free monthly newsletter, or let me know how we can work together in 2016 with an email to eloquentwoman at gmail.com.
Friday, October 14, 2016
SAP who want to incorporate TED-style tactics in their presentations. Pack up your week in a suitcase and check out my finds of the week, shared via @dontgetcaught on Twitter and curated here for you. There's a weekend coming, no matter what time zone you are in: