Capping one of the longest marketing stripteases in Silicon Valley history, scrapbooking site Pinterest is now open for business. As with all popular social networks bereft of advertising and actual non-VC generated revenue, the introduction of advertising is complicated. There are a lot of variables to consider, not the least of which is … at […]
Call it #WeirdTwitter or anything you want – it’s a whole different platform as of Tuesday. The social platform heralded for its micro bursts of news and updates just doubled-down on the visual web. Images once attached as pic.twitter.com now show up directly in people’s feeds. There is no more need to click on the […]
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