Uploading video to Twitter is no longer a mobile-only process. Starting today, users can upload video from the desktop.
To tweet a video within twitter.com, users can click the “Media” button and upload either a photo or video. Videos are limited to a 512MB file size and 30 seconds. If the video is longer than 30 seconds, a trimming tool opens to allow people to edit it down to the proper length. Video uploaded via the Web must also be MP4 format. Mobile uploads can also be MOV. More technical details are available here.
SXSW Interactive 2015 in Austin was the biggest event yet. Whether you attended the panels, drank your way through events, or became a BBQ foodie, chances are you missed most of the show. And, that's ok. Everyone did. It’s impossible to take it all in or not miss something and that’s why SXSW is what it is…the biggest conference, festival, spectacle, community gathered around the future of tech, film and music.So, we’re here to help you catch up on some of the interesting things you might have m
Joanna Rustin's insight:
"Build your cathedral and then drop the mic." Bravo Brian Solis & illustrator Hugh MacLeod for these #sxsw2015 gems.
Social media has not fulfilled its promise of revolutionizing marketing. It was seen to be a new medium that would create democratic dialogue over autocratic broadcast. Initially brands and advertising agencies were threatened by the power social media gave individuals
The Art Of Storytelling In Business Communications And Public Relations
Joanna Rustin's insight:
For better #media interviews, I recommend reading Lou Hoffman's post on how journalists approach them. Excellent tips here, including silence (as both interviewer and interviewee) from Sam Whitmore. In fact, these insights are relevant for all kinds of conversations, not just #PR. #storytelling
How often do you hear an extraordinary presentation? I don’t mean a cartoon-laced Powerpoint deck that makes you chuckle, or a keynote punctuated by slick multimedia clips. By extraordinary, I mean a TED-quality talk by a storyteller who simply takes you on a journey – engaging, intriguing and moving you with their knowledge and passion.
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