Social media has forever changed how nonprofits and journalists distribute and consume news stories, yet the format of nonprofit press releases has not evolved at all. Almost every communication medium out there has been impacted by the rise of social and mobile media, but not press releases. I think that enterprising nonprofits would be eager to try something new to help your nonprofit stand out from the hundreds of traditional press releases that journalists and media outlets are bombarded with on a weekly or even daily basis.
Twitter offered tips for preventing hackers from accessing a brand or media account. The company is implementing two-factor authentication, but it's offering a few simple solutions in the meantime. Here are the key tips Twitter suggested, along with helpful advice from other sources.
I came across this post from Carl Grant on Sunday and felt like it was serendipity - the semester is almost over and on Saturday I had posted that it was time start working on my summer reading list...
Adobe Photoshop, along with all other Creative Suite applications, just made a move to the cloud. Adobe decided to discontinue software you can actually buy so they can force you to rent the applications for a monthly fee. This change comes with a number of problems but also some advantages. Here's what the change means to you.