Google News has been in the news itself lately, from European efforts to impose taxes to questions about its value and even suggestions for giving it a full redesign. But just how much traffic is it currently driving to publishers?
Andy Bull's insight:
From the post: "The bottom line: Google News still matters, and news search optimization efforts are worth your time."
Every semester I like to watch trends in digital media for an assignment I construct for the last month of class. I call it my Future of Journalism assignment, and it's intended to introduce some new tool, trend or idea to the regular curriculum.
Twitter has just made sharing slow-mo videos from your iPhone a lot easier. Announced in a tweet, Twitter confirmed that you can now upload your 60fps and 120fps videos as normal with your posts, and they will play back at the right speed.
What is the future of news – and online news in particular? Jimmy Maymann, the CEO of the Huffington Post, does not believe in paywalls because often the content is not worth paying for. He believes in free access.
Andy Bull's insight:
He's right, Huffington Post content isn't worth paying for
Lobster, a marketplace for licensing user-generated content, is now launching a universal search feature that allows brands and publishers to search for user-generated content across multiple social platforms.
Nick Scholz is a Global Product Marketing Manager for Novell, currently covering the GroupWise, Vibe, and Open Enterprise Server product lines. When Google quietly stopped selling Google Glass back in January, this came as no shock to the world.
A startup called Kifi is rolling out a new tool that allows you to automatically save all the links you tweet in order to create a personalized search engine that includes those links as well as others it recommends based on what you’ve already...
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