Just 23% of web users would say yes to cookies. This is not going to end well...
Retailers losing 1 in 20 sales through lack of mobile-enabled sites.
The New York Times Company in 2015. Trendlines - as of right now - don't point to its demise.
Pinterest is for direct interactions. It should lead people to your point of sale.
How Tumblr plans to attract brands & their money http://bit.ly/JlDDN0 ...also focusing on in-stream advertising.
Netflix gets it: Arrested Development's 10 new episodes premiering at the same time http://wp.me/p1re2-1KQd <= interesting!
When life hands you cancer, make cancer-ade: via lemonade stand, 6yo boy raises $10K for dad's chemo.
Google is taking another step forward in ad measurements. Note to old media: This is why they are beating you!
Publishers Beware! More Creative Destruction on the Way: http://bit.ly/JFigTN
Couldn't attract VC funding. Kickstarter Pebble Watch up to $4.3m with 30 days to go.
Physical media is dead - long live the app ...but isn't an app yet another container?
Hulu to advertisers: pay only for completed video ad views http://ow.ly/amigY ...Digital = measurable results.
Artists Create Perfume That Smells Like Brand New MacBook Prohttp://bit.ly/HQdVNL <= Mmmm the scent of Chinese factories :)
Zuckerberg did $1 billion Instagram deal on his own http://ow.ly/amh1z ...kids with money...
The 2080 Census: The World As We (Don't) Know It http://ow.ly/amgQO
Software reveals what makes a catchy movie line: http://ow.ly/ambRZ <= interesting, but we need diversity.
Amazon extends '1-Click' payments to mobile: http://ow.ly/alhDa...Amazon vs Google, I'll bring the popcorn :)
Advertising is not looking good: Facebook Ad Engagement Down 8% in U.S, cost up 41% - http://ow.ly/aiZSR <= not just print anymore.
Netflix CEO calls out Comcast on net neutrality http://dlvr.it/1RZlZP
Berg Explores The Future Of Touchable Movies http://ow.ly/aiPa2 <= Future? This is the same as Quicktime VR ...from 1994
And finally some fun. What happens when you give your dad an iPad:
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