The biggest story of the day is still Google and Verizon, with some ripping second day analysis going on. And then, there’s the flight attendant who just said “F*ck It.” There’s more of course, so read on:
JetBlue flight attendant: a PR hero or zero? (AdFreak) Depends on how it gets played going forward. A really funny story though. The guy lost it, and we all get why. I’ve wanted to jump down the slide on more than one occasion.
New App Makes iTunes Social, Publishes Music Library to Facebook (RWW) Wonder how long that will last. It’s “data leakage” and I bet it rubs Apple the wrong way.
Second (Day) Thoughts on Google-Verizon Framework – Isn’t This All About Android? (Searchblog) In which I round up a fair amount of coverage and pose a question or two.
Why Google Became A Carrier-Humping, Net Neutrality Surrender Monkey (Wired) Wow. Missed this one in the roundup above. Read it.
Facebook’s Foursquare competitor is imminent (The Social) We’ll see. It’s hard to do this inside a larger company.
On Twitter, Popularity Does Not Mean Influence (MarketingProfs) What matters is engagement, not audience size. YESSIR.
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