When I heard Beth Kanter and Allison Fine had created a book on non-profits, I had to pick up a copy. I’ve been following Beth on Twitter (@kanter) for a year and a half and had the opportunity to chat with her for a bit at the Twitterville party just over a year ago.
YouTube announced a new HTML5 video player that works on the Apple iPad device.
I tested the new player against the regular YouTube player on an iPad and the new player still needs some work. The new player takes a longer to load, has some funky behavior (a duplicate window appears below the player), and the screen is bouncy when the player isn’t set to fullscreen.
I’ve been overwhelmed by all the Facebook changes. Things are moving as quickly with Facebook as they are with Twitter. So I thought I’d review the Facebook changes one chunk at a time and see some of the practical implications, for sites and for users.
One of the changes Facebook just launched is its site personalization services. This allows external sites to display content based on information from a user’s Facebook account.
iPad Unboxing – Includes rare Deleted Scene [VIDEO]
You can use the combination of two apps, Camera A and Camera B, and allow your iPhone’s camera to be shared on your iPad! http://www.jesseluna.com
The iPad will never replace my desktop, but it has already replaced my laptop after just two days.
I love, love, love it! [Guest post by Belén Rodríguez]
Instant Tweetup is a free iPhone application that allows users to find nearby Twitter users and send them tweets.
This is a book review of “Get Seen, Online Video Secrets to Building Your Business” by Steve Garfield. I highly recommend Get Seen and you owe it to yourself to also follow up and follow Steve’s blog, Twitter account, and other digital trails.