Happy Monday. I’ve culled 500 or so stories, and found just a handful worth your time. It was an odd weekend, perhaps as we all look toward a few weeks in Summer where we might – perhaps – stop obsessing about our industry for a bit. Then again…
11 Mind-Blowing Mobile Marketing Infographics (Hubspot) Look at all this. Really, look at it. It’s worth it.
The Top Idea In Your Mind (Paul Graham) “I suspect a lot of people aren’t sure what’s the top idea in their mind at any given time. I’m often mistaken about it. I tend to think it’s the idea I’d want to be the top one, rather than the one that is. But it’s easy to figure this out: just take a shower. What topic do your thoughts keep returning to? If it’s not what you want to be thinking about, you may want to change something.” OK then. I think.
Article: Web Users Demand Control over Ad Targeting (eMarketer) Er, sort of. Give me control when I know I want it. Or, in other words, read my mind. But don’t get creepy while you do it, OK?
The 10 commandments of content marketing (imedia) Yes. All Marketing Is Content. Where have I heard that before?!
WikiLeaks Releases Afghan War Reports in Unprecedented Leak (Mashable) And this after most thought the service had died. I for one wish this service health. We need it. See aksi WikiLeaks May Have Just Changed the Media, Too (The Atlantic)
Will Zynga Become the Google of Games? (NYT) I am fond of this company and its story, including the messy bits. Marc Pincus will be at Web 2 Summit this year.
Today’s FM’s campaign of the day is Dell’s Alienware campaign. Check it out!
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