Wow! Autodesk to Reintroduce AutoCAD for Mac (NYTimes.com) http://nyti.ms/aFbOc4
Use Web-Touchpoint Personas (incl. referral to cool-sounding books) (@bmassey, Content Marketing Institute) http://bit.ly/drPAPM
Apple To Reignite The iPod Fire With Hot New Models This Week? Yep. (TechCrunch) http://tcrn.ch/cbPyX1
By-Tor and the Black Flag? RT @theMetz: Whoa! Henry Rollins and Alex Lifeson in a vampire movie! @SUCKthemovie comes out in a few days.
Playing with Google Call Phone. The Skype is falling?
Great round-up of posts on building (& breaking) social trust. Don’t You Trust Me? (Media Bullseye) http://bit.ly/aIdJVu
Don’t let your agency just throw Twitter at your brand (@imjustmike) http://bit.ly/bljwrR [Don’t just ask for it, either.]
“Ralph Lauren presents the first shoppable children’s storybook” in NYT banner ad. Upfront, yes? But I’m not clicking.
Psyched to check this out. Rounds brings true video chat to Facebook (Tech N’ Marketing) http://bit.ly/bJLXb2
Social media relationships must include those of employees to the company. (Social Media Today) http://bit.ly/bY171P
Why do authenticity and transparency really matter? (Social Media Today) http://bit.ly/dg0JIs
To vent or not to vent? Social Media and Letting Off Steam (@ambercadabra, Brass Tack Thinking) http://bit.ly/aobbuc
Make A Fool Of Yourself (Mitch Joel, Six Pixels of Separation blog, via @chrisbrogan) http://bit.ly/cU6qTx
Why Net Neutrality Is Good for Business (K. Werbach, Harvard Business Review) http://bit.ly/933ReV
RT @romenesko: NYT standards editor asks colleagues to cut back on use of “hipster.” Was in paper 250x in past year. http://journ.us/cwXUFe
RT @brett: 5 Steps To Create A Social Media Plan http://bit.ly/99RGwW (via @socialmedia2day)
Deriving value from social networks - open door vs. closed door approaches (@YouGottaCall ) http://bit.ly/9WiotQ