Quick News: US court says blogs are not only media they’re also an important source of news and commentary, General Mills’ terms of service could prevent people from liking its brands’ Facebook pages, LinkedIn releases Android app for Slideshare, the American view of technological progress in the next 50 years; Ragan promo;
News That Fits: The US Airways tweet (and the employee who sent it who didn’t get fired); Dan York’s Tech Report: new WordPress version, IPv6 two years on; monetizing your content: new models from Stratechery and Patreon; the Media Monitoring Minute with CustomScoop; listener comments Read More »
The Friday Wrap is a summary of posts and articles from the past week that didn’t get the big headlines (like the tale of US Airways’ pornographic tweet and the employee who sent it who wasn’t fired). These are reports and studies that may have skipped by under your radar, yet still could be useful or interesting to communicators and marketers. I collect the stories from which I assemble the Wrap at my link blog, which you’re welcome to follow at LinksFromShel.
Like a Facebook page, give up your rights—General Mills has revised the terms of service on its website. Now, according to the language, a customer that downloads a Read More »
The websites of most musicians adhere a highly predictable template. There’s a bio, a page hosting some music, another with photos and video, a tour schedule, and a merchandise store. In developing the recently launched Jerry Garcia website, the team at global digital agency Critical Mass were anxious not only to explode the traditional artist’s site, but to take the website experience to a whole new level.
The site is a wonderland of content for fans of the iconic Grateful Dead front man, as well as a place to share their own experiences and content, and connect with friends…all within the site without reliance on third-party Read More »