- Identical stars? Instagram's looking a lot more like Facebook, which owns it.
- Catch a falling star and...Good tips here on using IFTTT to automate notes in Evernote.
- I saw six stars: The New York Times has a record six reporters now covering the White House.
- Walk of fame stars? Netflix, HBO, and Amazon dominated the TV show Golden Globe nominations.
- Are those fake stars? This article puts history teachers forward as an antidote to fake news, but really, any company or institution with historical info to share can join that battle.
- Shooting stars, in every sense: Yes, Facebook, we get it: You want us all live-broadcasting.
- Stars we stand behind: Pinterest's going to establish authority for tried and true ideas on the site.
- Speaking star: I'm over the moon that one of the TEDMED speakers I've worked with has one of the top 10 most popular TED talks this year. Great job, Judson Brewer! It's a great example of a research talk with just enough detail. I'll have a post soon that breaks down why this talk was so successful.
- Shiny: I'll be leading a breakout session on "How to prepare your speaker for a TED talk," aimed at speechwriters, at the March 2017 conference of the UK Speechwriters Guild in Oxford, England. Shoot on over.
- Week in review: This week, my Moderating Panels blog looked at 5 ways to refresh and rev up your panel moderation for 2017. You need to, you know. On this blog, I interviewed Embargo Watch blogger Ivan Oransky on life without press embargoes.
- Star power: 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 2017--because 2016 has gone by like a shooting star--with an email to eloquentwoman at gmail.com.
Friday, December 16, 2016
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