Morning Linkage – 24 November
Mostly from Google Reader:
- Betting that Brizzly will be huge
From the LA Times; on 20 November, Brizzly went public – no more invites required (although folks can still tweet invitations)
- Brands Have A Role To Play In Helping People Find The Good Stuff
Steve Rubel, writing for Ag Age, argues for digital curation.
- Google teams up with Tivo to give advertisers a clearer picture
From the LA Times; “click-through count comes to TV.” (also posted to Twitter)
- How GoogleWave Is Changing The News
The headline over-promises, but the short profiles are worthwhile. From Mashable; Chicago Tribune’s RedEye blog started a public wave on 10 Nov; Austin American-Statesman has started two public waves; TBO.com is using wave for internal collaboration.
- Social Media Editors at Big Media Outlets
Craig Silverman, PBS, profiles four: Mathew Ingram, Globe and Mail community editor; Shirley Brady, Business Week community editor; Andy Carvin, NPR social media desk senior strategist; Jennifer Preston, New York Times social media editor.
- Taking Net Neutrality Personally
From Robert Cringely, a look at two extremes on the net neutrality debate.
- Tools: How To Use the Google Chart API
- Visualizing California’s classrooms
From 10000words; great example of alternative ways to envision data. (also posted to Twitter)
Looks like this might become a once-a-week post, but it’s not going to be daily. Here’s last week’s post.