- Bottoms up: Marketers should view Facebook news feed changes as a prompt to step up your game, this author says.
- How I met your mother at the pub: Millennial parents say they're using YouTube to share memories of their childhoods with their kids. More data here from Google.
- Let's hang out at the pub: Google's Hangouts have had a big overhaul. Now Meet lets you videoconference with up to 30 people, and Hangouts Chat lets you message participants.
- I see the beer I'm searching for: Pinterest's visual search tool is still in beta, but being made available to all U.S. users.
- App-etizer: Apps, an $89 billion market, aren't dead. But that doesn't mean they're right for your organization or company.
- I'll buy the next round: For-profit companies, nonprofits, and even individuals could win $35,000 to support an immersive journalism project. Entries info here.
- Don't work up a head of foam: Use this pocket guide from the Electronic Frontier Foundation to protect your passwords, data, and social media content when crossing the U.S. border. It's useful for U.S. citizens and visitors from elsewhere. Then read the ACLU's Can border agents seize your electronic devices? It's complicated.
- Netflix and swill? Cord-cutter that I am, DVRs are one fading technology I managed to skip, and now more people have access to Netflix than to a DVR.
- Week in review: On this blog, I shared 4 communications lessons you can learn from anti-Trump protesters. On the Moderating Panels blog, you also can find the case for two of my favorite back-pocket moderator questions: why not? and so what?
- Almost in Ireland: I'm giving a workshop in London on April 3 on Creating a TED-quality talk. Join me, please, and share with interested colleagues.
Friday, March 17, 2017
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