Tuesday, December 13, 2011

The Sift 336-340

The Sift 336: Social Media
  • Why there are so many social media experts
  • Google Blog Manager Flies to Twitter
  • Ashton Kutcher Is Making a Big Twitter Mistake
  • 5 Reasons Google+ Could Win the Social Enterprise Battle
  • The expertise badges

The Sift 337: Entertainment, Technology, Fun and Games
  • Netflix CEO Reed Hastings Reflects on What Went Wrong
  • Will 3D Televisions Actually Hurt the TV Business?
  • How to Load Up Your Ereader with Ebooks For Free
  • Warner Bros. Withholds New Release DVDs From Blockbuster
  • Barnes & Noble pulls DC Comics from shelves over Kindle kerfuffle

The Sift 338: Advertising, Marketing, News and Media
  • Verizon begins collecting user data for targeted ads, is kind enough to offer 'opt-out' escape route
  • Why Can’t Newspapers Make Money Online?
  • Placement is everything
  • Reporters Use Twitter to Promote, Not Report
  • Was the AP Wrong to Reprimand Reporters for Publishing News on Twitter First?

The Sift 339: Email
  • Visualize - How many emails Yahoo! is receiving (and blocking) and the subject lines
  • Hotmail’s Graymail: Their Plan of Attack
  • Facebook Acqui-hires Email Prioritizer MailRank
  • Fix Gmail’s Newest Annoyances with These Userstyles and Userscripts
  • Make Labels Stand Out, Create Filters, and Other Things You May Be Confused About with the New Gmail

The Sift 340: Finances and Banking
  • PayPal Takes Payments Offline With "PayPal Wallet"
  • PayPal Facebook app lets you send money and greetings to friends, only takes 2.9-percent cut of your 'free' e-card
  • Introducing 'Simple'
  • When Money Can Buy Happiness, Use It
  • Google Checkout Merges With Google Wallet

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