Warm greetings from London! My travel schedule made it impossible to produce the Friday Wrap on Friday, and for a while, I considered just skipping an edition. But there are so many interesting items to share, I opted instead to post a special Thursday edition of the Friday Wrap. (If the NFL could have special Thursday Night Edition of Monday Night Football, why can’t I publish my Friday newsletter on a Thursday?) As always, I’ve bookmarked all the various items I found intriguing on my link blog, which you’re welcome to follow.
HTML 5 is a done deal—It has taken eight years, but the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has wrapped Read More »
We’re together in London, recording face-to-face instead of at remote ends of a Skype call, with a different format for this episode: conversation and opinion, not reports, on the broad theme of experiences.
Intro: Neville recognized for Outstanding Contribution to Social Media in the UK Social Media Awards, Shel named Platinum Fellow of Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media;
Quick News: Fake news sites are spreading Ebola fears, Nokia name will live on in Microsoft’s entry-level phones, employees who socialize on internal social networks are less likely to get laid off; Ragan promo;
News That Fits: Experiences during a day of Read More »
Flickr photo courtesy of Ruth HartnupWelcome to the Friday Wrap, my weekly summary of stuff I have found in the last seven days that didn’t grab the big headlines but is still important, interesting, and/or worthwhile for communicators and marketers. I collect these on my link blog, which you’re welcome to follow.
Will the right to be forgotten come to America?—The European Court’s decision to invent a new right—the right to be forgotten—is one of the more troubling digital developments of recent years. The idea that someone can prevent search engines from finding published accounts about them is like telling libraries to Read More »