Samantha Murphy Kelly:'Star Trek actor George Takei takes a seat in front of an Instagram photo station inside a building on snowy Main Street at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. "We love what you're doing on Facebook," an Instagram spokesperson tells Takei, as the actor finishes a thumbs-up pose adjacent to an iPad.'
Michael Grothaus: "In the future, e-books will act just like social networks. We’ll use them on our phones, share and comment right inside e-reader apps, and publishers will use our data to help them make better marketing decisions. If you think digital reading is exploding now, just wait."
Tom Vanderbilt: "From Game of Thrones to the new Arrested Development, television is better than ever. And it's not just a lucky accident. Turns out that networks and advertisers are using all-new metrics to design hit shows."
The Digital Rocking Chair's insight:
A look behind the curtain: "the new rules of the hyper-social, data-driven, actor-friendly, super-seductive platinum age of television".
Taylor Casti: "Being master of all the networks is a godly feat, but knowing how to use Tumblr to up your Twitter game, for example, takes you to a whole new level. Here are some of the easiest ways to pair your social networks together to grow your audiences and find new content" ...
Vignesh Ramachandran: "Illustrator Steve Lowtwait and writer Michael Smith are telling a fictional story through social media that's centered around a protagonist called "Hawk Funn." They have set up real social profiles on Facebook and Twitter for fictional characters in the story, and they post about the characters' lives just like real people would" ...
Jillian Zacchia: "Aliens disguised as moustaches are turning humans into zombies! Got your attention? That’s the idea behind the upcoming social film series presented by Intel and Toshiba, and other brands want in" ...
Great article for those unfamiliar with social film.
Amy Jo Martin: "According to a recent study, 78% of parents helped create their children’s Facebook pages, and 7.5 million users are under the age of 13. The way your kids use social today will shape their future. It's time for everyone to get educated on how--and how not--to live online."
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