Get the latest on Twitter (which just launched scheduled tweets), Facebook (which might implement a follow button!) and Google (which made headlines with plans to launch "shared endorsements"). See how people are reacting... and retaliating against Google. You'll also get the skinny on BuzzFeed's plans for world domination, and a cool tool that lets you place images of your product or site in various screen environments. Skim for the cheat sheet.
What powers The Power Inside? This year, Intel/Toshiba walked away with a Film/Integrated Grand Prix at the Cannes Lions for its partly crowdsourced Web series, "The Beauty Inside." It's just completed its second series, "The Power Inside," a tongue-in-cheek supernatural story à la "The Body-Snatchers." Check out all the episodes here; episode 1, shown below, generated 2.4 million views:
Terms of (shared) endorsement. Google's changed its terms of service, enabling it to use your name and photo alongside online ads, a project called Shared Endorsements. The Next Web is calling this a direct attack on Facebook.
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