Fresh Pressed: 12/18/2013

Today’s Category: Curation

How Nonprofits Get Significant Value from Content Curation

On December 17 at 6:30 pm, I am facilitating a discussion and presenting at one of Scoop.It’s “Lean Content” events in San Francisco.   The topic is “The Unanticipated Benefits of Content Curation for Nonprofits.”   Content curation is sifting through information on the web and organizing, filtering and making sense of it and sharing the […]

Twitter Plans to Launch Tweet-Editing After Posting, Sources Inside Company Say

According to media blogger Matthew Keys of The Desk, Twitter is working on an editing feature for tweets. Citing three anonymous Twitter employees close to the matter, Twitter has prioritized the rollout of this impending tool that would allow users to make edits on tweets shortly after they are published, but the editing option […]

Google Plus or Google Minus: Some Pros and Cons of the Website

Google recently celebrated its 15th Birthday (many happy returns), so I thought I’d do a bit of analysis and critique on one of their newest products, Google+. Introduced in July 2011, Google+ was going to be Google’s answer to social networking and compete with established players such as Facebook and Twitter. However, over two […]

Why SnapChat is NOT a Fad [VIDEO]

If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em right? That’s how I feel about SnapChat. I really didn’t think it was a valid social media tool and avoided it completely. Bur the reality is, SnapChat is the real deal in the digital media world for some compelling reasons. Watch Why SnapChat is NOT a Fad […]

Tommorow’s Fresh Pressed: Conversion