The past few days have been quite busy, and the blog had suffered as consequence. From Facebook buying Friendfeed to the end of URL shortening service tr.im (hope the team doesn’t ends also with Nambu desktop client) lots of interesting this happened.
So, to resume the regular posting schedule, some web highlights:
Finally, a decent use for augmented reality: strip girls.
Crowdsourcing, according to Bobby McFerrin
How we all collectively know the pentatonic scale.
Agency Nil Spotter Program
Still on the crowdsourcing subject, Agency Nil (the one that will work for all it’s worth) setup client prospection is crowdsourced to users: If a person connects Agency Nil with a business that would be interested in our services and they become a client within a year, Agency Nil will give the person who refers them 10% of the first payment they receive
David Spark (@dspark) at Mashable presents a useful toolbox for marketeers looking for a quick tactics on the social web, with examples of several contests promoted by brands.
Which reminds me of my latest resolution: to stop using the term “social media”. It’s not media after all. From now on, it’s SOCIAL WEB.