The RaxList for December 1st
1 December 2011 768 views No Comment
These are my links for December 1st from 10:52 to 13:28:
- Guardian Northerner man triumphs in Leeds’ debut digital fest – Tributes to Guardian Leeds as the city flexes its blogging, Tweeting, Storifying and all else muscles. And this post shatters all previous Northerner records for hyperlinks…
- Topman launches Generation – a new digital fashion magazine for men – The menswear retailer Topman is delving into the world of media with a new monthly digital magazine. Topman Generation launched yesterday and is accessible globally through a link on Topman’s website so you don’t need to download a dedicated app. The cross-platform magazine is viewable on desktops, tablets and smartphones, and has been designed by M&C Saatchi.
- Clarkson’s just Clarkson – would you have cared, pre-YouTube and Twitter? | Padraig Reidy | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk – Good insights from Guardian's Padraig Reidy on YouTube and Twitter fueling public outrage
- Hugo Boss Drives Foot-Traffic With Foursquare Competition @PSFK – Internationally known fashion house Hugo Boss aims to increase in-store traffic by holding a global competition using Foursquare. To enter, participants must follow the brand on the location-based social app and use their mobile devices to check-in to a Hugo Boss retail store. Every check-in earns an entry to win an “exclusive shopping experience with a leading style icon in New York.”
- Tesco: buy a DVD, get the download free • reghardware – Buy a DVD or Blu-ray Disc from Tesco tomorrow, and it will give you free access to the downloadable version hosted by Tesco-owned online movie service Blinkbox.
- Secret Cinema takes its underground screenings to Afghanistan | Film | guardian.co.uk – Secret Cinema are taking their immersive movie experience to their most challenging location yet: Kabul
- Revealed: what people look at on your Facebook page – Telegraph – The profile picture is the most viewed part of any page on a social network, from Facebook to Google+, researchers say.
- Left Behind But Not Forgotten – The Social Networks of the Past | Social Media Today – We all love to talk about what we think social media will look like in the future and how we think that will impact brands from a marketing perspective.
- Infographic On The Internet of 1996 To Today @PSFK – Remember the age of dial-up, dancing hamsters, and Netscape? This infographic takes a look at how the Internet, and our experience of it, has changed in the past 15 years. You can still access some of the vintage web via the Internet Archive, a non-profit devoted to creating a library of Internet content since 1996. Anyone feel nostalgic?
- 10 New Google Analytics Features You Need to Start Using – Over the past eight months, Google has steadily released one revolutionary new feature after another. On March 17, the company announced a new version of Google Analytics. Up until this point, users could decide whether they preferred to stick with the old interface or switch to the new one. However, Google recently announced that the old version of GA will be turned off in January 2012.
- Great piece on Corporate Social Media Strategy (courtesy of @chris_norton) –
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