Things worth reading for May 30th through June 21st:
- Xbox Will Introduce Interactive Ads to Games – NYTimes.com – Neat!
- Nielsen sees Web grocery growth, plans new service | Reuters –
- Digital Lifescapes: More Mobile Broadband Subscribers than on Wireline –
- Onswipe Wants To Make Slate, Forbes And Your Website Feel Like A Native Tablet App –
- For the First Time, a Self-Published Author Sells a Million Kindle eBooks | News & Opinion | PCMag.com – Wow!
- Movie Studios Reassess Comic-Con – NYTimes.com – One day I’ll make it to Comic-Con!
- Information Needs of Communities | FCC.gov – Interesting stuff. You can download a PDF of the full report here: http://transition.fcc.gov/osp/inc-report/The_Information_Needs_of_Communities.pdf
- Online Ads Sales Forecast to Rise 20% – WSJ.com – eMarketer’s Hallerman predicts big growth for digital ad spend– the latest prediction.
- Nintendo Crashes The Tablet World With A Game-Changing Entrance | Fast Company – Very cool– Nintendo makes a new play for the Living Room.
- LUMA Partners » Resource Center – very useful.
- Microsoft’s Kinect to control TV, YouTube, more games | Reuters – Microsoft’s play to own the Living Room continues…
- The Internet in 2015: Mind-blowing Video and mobile traffic – Jun. 1, 2011 – Fascinating stuff!
- Publishers turn to digital business services to offset declining ad revenue | Poynter. – Fascinating industry development.
- The Pattern Seekers | Hybrid Reality | Big Think – Interesting set of playing cards.
- Visualisation shows the topics New York Times journalists are writing about | Journalism.co.uk Editors’ Blog – Fascinating.
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