Here are a few of this week’s “must reads” from our feeds:
You Will Not Believe This Is Just a Powerpoint
“The most awesome 450 page presentation ever.” That’s how the authors call this slide show and we agree.
In Pursuit of the Perfect Brainstorm
In the last decade, a quirky legion of idea peddlers has quietly invented what might be a new discipline and is certainly an expanding niche: thinking about thinking.
Pew Internet’s Generations 2010
Pew Internet’s new report examines major trends in how different generations use the internet.
Social Video Advertising Soars In 2010, Study Shows
2010 was the year social video advertising officially arrived, according to new research from Web video analytics firm Visible Measures.
Tweets to Bring in the Money
Karen Zapp shares examples – both good and bad – of how your nonprofit can successfully raise funds via Twitter this holiday season.
5 Ways Cities Are Using Social Media to Reverse Economic Downturn
The economic downturn has forced cities and states across the country to be more creative as they compete to attract companies and stimulate local economies. In just the past year, local economic development agencies have turned to social media tools and tactics to enhance their efforts nationally and locally.
Smartphone Browser Landscape
Users expect websites to work on their mobile phones. In two to three years, mobile support will become standard for any site.