"Oh Captain, My Captain… I shall sound my barbaric yawp over the rooftops of the world!" pic.twitter.com/IYTLw9i6On— Matteo Wyllyamz (@mouselink)August 12, 2014
The ability to shoot, edit, produce, and upload multimedia content, entirely and exclusively with a smart phone or tablet, is a total game-changer for journalists, video bloggers, small business owners, non-profits, filmmakers, and activists alike. As essential as multimedia has become for the web, it is transforming social media as well, infusing it with the power to become more real-time and personal than ever.
Join Matteo Wyllyamz, a.k.a. @mouselink, as he takes a look at the most popular creative apps and services, as well as some of the more innovative results that can ultimately be used in Internet marketing, journalism, education, activism, and storytelling. … We’re only limited by what we can imagine.
Modern social media has been around for a few years now, and this technological trend shows no signs of letting up. Businesses both large and small have found ways to leverage the pervasive new mediums of Twitter, Facebook, and other networks to increase customer engagement and the bottom line. Is social media marketing just a new way of broadcasting commercial advertisements, or will you need to spend time engaging with your clients and potential customers? How much of your time and resources will you need to commit, and what kind of return can you expect on your investment?
— Matteo Wyllyamz (@mouselink)
I stepped out of the shower, and was surprised to see my partner Phoebe standing in the hallway. I didn’t know she had come home, and she had an anguished look on her face.
"I think Snyph is dead." She said, her voice breaking.
She had gotten a call from a friend who said she thought our dog had been hit by a car on the highway down the road from our house. I immediately realized I hadn’t seen our 12-year-old Jack Russell terrier in the last half hour. We both went outside and called for her. Our puppy was nowhere to be seen.