Pink Floyd Returns For Ukraine & YouTube Reacts
Episode 375 - April 9, 2022
- Pink Floyd Returns to Urge, Hey, Hey, Rise Up
- YouTube Reactions
- AdAge on Web3 for Marketers
- Podcasts On Twitter
- Twitter Edit Button
- Formula One NFTpocalypse
- Voice-Activated Images
- AI Salespeople
- The Mother of all Facebook Lawsuits
- Podcast Consumption
Pink Floyd Reforms To Support Ukraine
Pink Floyd has not released new music in 28 years. The result is Hey Hey, Rise Up!, a new single by Pink Floyd.
Ad Age Goes Bravely Into NFTs & The Metaverse
Ad Age runs a continuously updated list of how brands and marketers are using NFTs.
Twitter Podcast Tab
New Twitter test underway that would provide a dedicated tab for podcasts, reachable via both in the side and lower function bars of the app.
Twitter Edit Button
It seems that Elon Musk is looking to use his newfound sway as the company’s biggest shareholder (and latest board member) to make tweet editing a reality.
Formula 1 NFTpocalypse
Hello, and welcome to another episode of 'dumb crypto stuff not working in the real world'.
New Technology Could Make Graphic Artists Of Us All - Or Turn Us Into Scammers
The Mother Of All Facebook Lawsuits
!!! Friday Night Surprise. Plaintiffs just filed their response to Facebook in my favorite case - what I call the mother of all lawsuits - in Delaware where it's incorporated. It's a tight but absolutely delicious 120 pages so I'll break down the allegations here for you. /1 pic.twitter.com/dghSKEqPOO— Jason Kint (@jason_kint) April 9, 2022
B.L.'s Pro Tips
How to see and edit your scheduled or draft tweets
- Tap and hold the Tweet button and they will appear. You can edit or delete and start over on any one of the Tweets.
- To save a Tweet as a draft: Start typing a tweet. Tap "Cancel" in the upper left hand corner to reveal a pop-up. Tap the "Save draft" option instead of deleting it
David's Pro Tips
- Do NOT use the same music clip for every video in your hours-long online course!
- When creating maps about Russia’s war against Ukraine illustrating Ukrainian counteroffensives in powder blue makes them look like lakes.