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Hardly. Twitter has been in and out of the news over the last couple months. Most of the coverage and commentary negative.
Earlier this week I received a courtesy copy of the New York State Bar Association’s Social Media Ethics Guidelines.
Just about every week I say “well we got some good ones this week” and it is true every week—but I’ll admit I might be a tad more excited than normal this week.
We have all done it. Sent a link via email or over a chat conversation, possibly even through a quick text message to a friend. Little did we know there was actually a name for this behavior: enter Dark Social.
The impact of Google’s “Mobilegeddon” has been significantly greater than expected. This per a study from Stone Temple, a Boston based digital consulting company.
Beginning this week staffers of The New York Times will only be able to view www.nytimes.com via a smartphone or a tablet. No desktop monitors.