Today’s video interlude comes courtesy of the day’s video meme, propagated by the Huffington Post and created by a Norwegian videographer. Did you ever, perhaps while in college, smoke a little sumpin sumpin and listen to Kitaro or Pat Metheny or George Winston (or all of them?). Well, then, watch the video and remember your place in the world. Then, get on with making a better one. To the links:
“People remember stories”: Meet Anil Kandangath, the winner of Google’s Data Viz Challenge (Neiman) Look, if you can make taxes interesting, you deserve to win.
The Next 100 Years: A Review (Searchblog) In which I begin what I hope will be reviews of scores of books over the next year or so.
Exclusive: Wal-Mart Paid $300 Million-Plus for Kosmix (ATD). OK. I’m a huge proponent of Fortune 500 companies getting smart on all things Internet. This one, however, I’m not seeing. Yet.
The ‘New’ Adweek: Bigger, Bolder And Reaching For Relevance (PC) Not exactly a rocket scientist’s job, to reinvent that trade. But I wish them well.
If You’re A Publisher Today, What Are Your Data And Ad Exchange Strategies? (AdExchanger) The question is the right one. The article is incomplete.
Infographic: The 20 most social-media-savvy CMOs in the Fortune 100 (PRDaily) Missed this last month, but it’s a fun visual.
Four reasons Interactive Marketing is ready to lead your brand (Forrester) Truth be told, it’s rather a shame we’ve not gotten further than we are when it comes to figuring out how to have a commercial relationship online. We’re getting there, slowly.
Saying Apple Will Never Do Something: Always Dangerous (Harry) OK, so let me be dangerous: Apple will never give up control of the app store. Ever.
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