Sure, I get most of my news from Facebook and Twitter but lately I've been trying to find more curated content. I've been using Feedly for awhile now and like it but figured I should investigate some other tools. Yesterday I stumbled across Buzzsumo. "Analyze what content performs best for any topic or competitor. Find … Continue reading The best content discovery tools
um, I think I really want a new phone now
Announcement from the Goolge blog:https://googleblog.blogspot.com/2016/04/find-time-goals-google-calendar.htmlAn article about Google Goals on Fortune:http://fortune.com/2016/04/13/google-goals-calendar/Apparently Goals haven't hit my device yet, but I look forward to testing them out. Are you using Google Calendar Goals yet? If so, what do you think?
San José Public Library’s new Virtual Privacy Lab uses gaming concept to help users become more “privacy literate” By Erin Berman and Jon Worona | January 4, 2016 http://americanlibrariesmagazine.org/2016/01/04/library-creates-online-privacy-tool/
The Dr. Jo Ann Rayfield Archives at Illinois State University is doing a month-long series on digital archives...The changing world of archives and digital mediaThis month, we’ll be looking at digital records and asking some important questions. Can’t we just print all of this stuff out? What’s the big deal with digital versus paper? What … Continue reading article: The changing world of archives and digital media
Interesting article on digital decay, over-compression and virality of images:The Triumphant Rise of the Shitpic
I've been holding off on reviewing or mentioning the Android app called Slidejoy for some time.Slidejoy is a lock screen app that pays you for viewing apps on the lock screen. It doesn't pay very much, but it does add up over time.Sliding the ad right dismisses the ad, swiping left takes you to content … Continue reading Financial swiping