Saturday, September 24, 2011

The Sift 256-260

The Sift 256: Google
  • MotoGoogle
  • Google Related: New Toolbar Offers Other Sites You Might Like
  • Google+ Begins Verification Badge Program
  • How to Try Google's Cleaner Interface
  • An accessibility survey for blind users

The Sift 257: Yahoo!
  • How Not to Run Yahoo!
  • Carol Bartz: Yahoo’s Board 'F***ed Me Over'
  • Editorial: Why Carol Bartz Was Fired as CEO of Yahoo
  • Yahoo Forms 'Executive Leadership Council' to Replace Carol Bartz
  • Carol Bartz’s Memo to All Employees: I’ve Just Been Fired

The Sift 258: Advertising, Marketing, News and Media
  • Twice as much doesn't always mean twice as much
  • Social Media Marketing By the Numbers
  • Reader’s Digest Now Available for iPad
  • When it makes sense to blog about a free sample
  • Ralph Lauren Buys All Ads in The New York Times iPad App for September

The Sift 259: Apple
  • Cupertino Two-Step
  • Retina Display-equipped iPad 3 looking more and more likely for early 2012
  • After Steve Jobs: Why Apple Won’t Change
  • Steve Jobs: The Greatest Second and Third Acts in Business History
  • NFL Team Replacing Paper Playbooks With iPads

The Sift 260: Cars
  • Audi Offers a Sneak Peek of Its Futuristic Electric Urban Concept Car Before Frankfurt Motor Show - ugly
  • Study Finds That Non-Whites Are Less Likely to Purchase a Low Emissions Vehicle
  • Siemens Study: Electric Cars More Convenient To Refuel Than Engined Cars
  • President of Ferrari Announces They’ll Never Make an Electric Vehicle
  • World's only turbine-powered Batmobile up for sale on eBay, recession hits Bruce Wayne, too

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