You are reading a web page, say a news story on the CNN website, and would like to share it with your friend. The article is interesting but a bit long and therefore there’s a possibility that your ‘busy’ friend may skip the stuff that you really want him to read.
In the good old days of paper, you could have used an highlighter pen to mark the important lines but now that the text has gone digital, so have the highlighter pens. Let’s look at some of the best tools that let you add highlights and text annotations to web pages without installing any software.
One of the easiest tools for adding annotations to public web pages is the Awesome Highlighter.
Originally published in MediaPost’s Social Media Insider
Want to know how to get invited to speak at events, get tweeted, and not come off like a jerk afterwards? I’m sure there’s a self-help book here waiting to happen, but in the meantime I’ve got just the column for you.
After a madcap June filled with conferences, I jotted down over 100 lessons that I learned from speaking at over 100 events the past few years. Many conferences have been about social media, which makes sense given that the only club membership cards I’ve ever owned have been for Social Media Club and Lego Club (the latter was when I was ten, I swear). Even for the other events, social media has played a noticeable role, especially as I started speaking right around when blogging was catching on.
Many of the lessons I’ve learned involve social media in particular. If you’re speaking at, running, or even attending events down the road, perhaps a few of these will come in handy. Sigue leyendo
El tribunal supremo francés revocó la sentencia de la corte europea de justicia al afirmar que Google es responsable de la venta de enlaces patrocinados en las búsquedas relativas a marcas mediante su sistema Adworks.
Este pronunciamiento va en contra de los dictados por Europa, que considera que el buscador cuanta con el derecho a vender espacios asociados a las enseñas, hecho que provocó la protesta de Luis Vuitton, que alega que su nombre se vincula a falsificaciones y a la competencia. Sigue leyendo