- Call the midwife: This new Chrome extension shows you the hidden Netflix categories and makes it easy to search and save all the movies and shows you've been missing. Treasure. Trove.
- Call ahead: Now Google Maps will show you the difficulty you'll have parking at your destination, and will let wheelchair users and others with limited mobility better plan routes. A new bottom bar shows transit info, nearby places, and more. Big updates!
- Casting call: Consumer Reports rounded up action cams for under $300.
- Collect call: When someone suggests you create a paid app, show them this: 50% of users have never downloaded a paid app.
- Call center: LinkedIn has started a monthly workforce report to share data that will make your career changes smarter.
- Call them: No excuses: 5 Calls makes it simple to call your elected representatives in the U.S.
- Call-in show: YouTube's trying video thumbnails that look like GIFs.
- Let's have the next caller: The new team at the White House inherited the Facebook followers of the previous gang, and the comments section is on fire.
- Called out: Now we know why the CEO of Uber quite the White House economic council: 200,000 users deleted the app in protest.
- Week in review: On this blog, I shared Your evolving video strategy in the platinum age of television. (Just after it appeared came this article on research showing that video is the new blogging, if you need more inspiration.) On the Moderating Panels blog, you also can find the all-in-one on panel introductions, for moderators.
- Call me, TED: I'm giving a workshop in London on April 3 on Creating a TED-quality talk. Join me, please, and share with interested colleagues. It's a small-group session, and seats are filling.
Friday, February 10, 2017
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