This week a lot of noise about the iPad, however it doesn’t save the publishing industry and there seem to be a lot of complaints about it. There is no time normalization in social media and the new SDK for the iPhone doesn’t help programming language innovation.
- The 20 biggest complaints about the iPad
Still on the fence about whether or not to get Apple’s shiny new iPad?
- Time Normalization In Social Media Is A Fallacy
Beware those obsessed with time normalization and comparing efforts to others. There is no blanket right or wrong answer to how much time you should spend for your digital PR and marketing.
- How Wikileaks shone light on world’s darkest secrets
The website, an online clearing house for documents whose authors would generally prefer them to stay in the private domain, has since been banned from the MoD’s internal computers, but it did no good: eventually, that email ended up on Wikileaks. And when a US Army counter-intelligence officer recommended that whistleblowers who leaked to the site be fired, that report ended up on Wikileaks too.
- Facebook’s iPhone App-Maker Is “Angry” About Apple’s New SDK
“So much for programming language innovation on the iPhone platform,” Joe tweeted earlier today.
- 10 Reasons You Should Run Like Hell From Social Media
Though nearly every business, regardless of niche, could find value engaging in social media, that doesn’t mean it’s meant for everyone. Should YOUR company get involved in social media? Maybe…but maybe not.
- Google Killed the Google Analytics Star
- Are All Employees Knowledge Workers?
- UK’s Digital Economy Bill approved. Democracy fails, social media wins
- The iPad Won’t Save the Publishing Industry from Itself
- Our Content Is Broken, Yes, All Of It
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