Careful With That Tweet
Episode 311 - June 11, 2020
- Twitter Says Read Before You Tweet
- Twitter Lists Get Cover Photos
- Google Gives News Grants
- Email Engagement Behavior
- Adopting Dogs By Zoom
- KSTP TV's Nightcast
- LEGO Maniacs
- Jason Calacanis Wants A New Facebook
- P&G: It’s Time to be Anti-Racist
- Google Scrolls Your Page
- Twitter's Trump Fail
- Google Cheapskate Ad Credits
- Email Signature Objectives
Read Before You Tweet
Twitter says Sharing an article can spark conversation, so you may want to read it before you Tweet it.
Sharing an article can spark conversation, so you may want to read it before you Tweet it.— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) June 10, 2020
To help promote informed discussion, we're testing a new prompt on Android –– when you Retweet an article that you haven't opened on Twitter, we may ask if you'd like to open it first.
Twitter Lists Get Banners
Google Supports Local News
Meet Dogs On Zoom
Longer Form KSTP TV Newscast
KSTP TV in Minneapolis has begun to produce five to six four-minute segments rather than the twenty-plus brief headlines stuffed into a half-hour broadcast for their 10 pm slot.
Jason Calacanis: Quit Facebook!
Startup investor Jason Calacanis urged Facebook and Instagram users to leave the social media platforms and announced plans to fund alternatives.
P&G: It’s Time to be Anti-Racist
Procter & Gamble continues its “Take on Race” initiative with an introspective call to action aimed at people who don’t usually speak up about systemic racism and police violence.
As we have done with AMP pages since December 2018, clicking on a featured snippet now takes users to the exact text highlighted for HTML pages, when we can confidently determine where the text is, for browsers that support the underlying technology….— Google SearchLiaison (@searchliaison) June 3, 2020
Twitter #FAILs On Trump Tweets
Travel companies that have been devastated by the coronavirus pandemic are calling for Google to do more.
Shiny New Stuff
Interview With Katsura Sunshine
BL interviews the only non-Japanese Master of the ancient art of comedic Rakugo storytelling in the last 100 years.
The Meidas Touch
Anti-Trump ads by three brothers - an attorney for Colin Kaepernick, an editor for Ellen and an agency pro - are generating views by the millions.
Citizen Journalism Covers Police Brutality
A group of activist researchers have committed themselves to a major challenge: collecting as many videos of alleged police misconduct during the protests as possible.