The big story was the demise of HP’s CEO, but you can all go elsewhere for that story. Signal likes to keep it focused, thank you. To the (clearly summer shortened) links…
Court Rejects Warrantless GPS Tracking (EFF) Seems obvious, but it ain’t, and this is important precedent for the future of data policy.
Active Twitter Users Most Influential Online Consumers (MarketingProfs) We at FM know this in our DNA, which is why we have been focused on Twitter for nearly two years.
How Slide Pushes Google’s Open Social Strategy (GigaOm) We’ll see if Max and crew are the folks to help Google get social. I’m not convinced.
It’s Modern Trade: Web Users Get as Much as They Give (WSJ) A response, of sorts, from the libertarian Cato Institute to the WSJ’s hamhanded privacy series.
Drilling Down: Women Set the Pace as Online Gamers (NYT) Well there ya have it. Women once again rule the roost.
The End of Times: Do Scientists and Fundamentalists Concur? (HuffPo) C’mon folks. I’m not OK with ceding the end of the world to our kids.
FM campaign of the day is Verizon’s deep sponsorship of Dooce. Great brand supporting a great brand.
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