Happy Birthday Lifehacker. Here are some of “Lifehacker’s Weirdest and Most Controversial Posts” http://tinyurl.com/ad3qoo
Best Super Bowl Snacks from Lifehacker Readers’ http://tinyurl.com/c5965v The “snack food stadium” is a must see.
How Niche Bloggers Fill Gaps Left by Local Newspapers, Alt-Weeklies (MediaShift) http://tinyurl.com/ba5upj
How will the websites of #superbowlads perform tomorrow, after the game and next week? If interested in data follow or DM me.
RT @McMedia RT @sarahintampa It’s not about trying to see everything. It’s about being able to pop in & out & seeing what’s happening now
Reading: “Talking Biz News » The best personal finance TV show” ( http://tinyurl.com/alf5qn )
RT @dannybrown There’s no such thing as bad publicity. Is there? http://tinyurl.com/ddfopa
Any other sites doing anything funny? What are we all going to tweet about now? :-)
Well, considering http://tinyurl.com/cgerfg no wonder they are testing a harmful site warning. Many sites DO contain malware. #googmayharm
TechCrunch Google malware warning story has 122 comments. Story was only posted 16 minutes ago. http://tinyurl.com/boyspb #googmayharm
Just did another Google search. Searched for twitter, yahoo and google, no warning, searched for TechCrunch, get the warning.
A colleague brought this to my attention a few weeks ago. The same Goog warning popped up on all results #googmayharm
RT @GeorgeHopkin rt @mbites TechCrunch on the #googmayharm story. Refresh for updates http://bit.ly/geGb
I’ve seen the Google warning attached to search results before, “the may be harmful” warning.
Good morning. Brrrrr, 16 degrees.
Find Em On Twitter: 15 Twitter Directories Compared http://tinyurl.com/avmn59 via @ShareThis via @mashable
Seattle Post-Intelligencer close to closing: But not THAT close http://tinyurl.com/ab4etw Following the rumor on twitter
Okay, out of here. Hope you had a great week. Enjoy the weekend, the game, the time anyway you want to spend it.
Reading: “ResourceShelf: New: Pew’s Project for Excellence in Journalism Now Offers Weekly New Media Index” ( http://tinyurl.com/c5pzog )
Looking at the Firefox add-ons site and recommended add-ons specifically.
Looked over most of the Super Bowl advertiser websites. Some incorporating Facebook and YouTube. Counting on the connected audience.
Nieman Journalism Lab: “build a social network, a community, around the news” to “reconnect with your audience.” http://tinyurl.com/bfrcr8
RT @buygreen New facebook ID theft case - reminder to be diligent w/ protecting your account info. http://snurl.com/b0eaj
Well-Connected Parents Take On School Boards (WaPost) http://tinyurl.com/bmyctp e-mail blitzes, social net Web sites, online petitions
Businesses risk $1 trillion losses from data theft: study (Reuters) http://tinyurl.com/aluo96
Warning: Dependence on Facebook, Twitter Could Be Hazardous to Your Business http://tinyurl.com/aknnpv via @ShareThis
Going through RSS feeds. Finding a lot of sites not updating content as often as they used to. Even some name tech sites.
Washington Post Twittering White House Briefings (Truemors) http://truemors.nowpublic.com/?p=36275
RT @mike_elgan Twitter and journalism — a new perspective: Being there. http://bit.ly/IISb