That’s some crazy shit right there
Tumblr was nearly as busy as Twitter during MTV’s Video Music Awards on Sunday when it came to the sheer number of content contributors, per Union Metrics, a company that offers analytics for both platforms. The San Francisco tech firm says 1.1 million Tumblr users posted content with VMA-related keywords yesterday, while 1.3 million folks on Twitter did the same. Those figures may surprise marketers who view Twitter as the undisputed, dominant, social-media companion for TV watchers. —
Adweek: Tumblr Went Toe to Toe With Twitter During VMAs
Thanks Miley <3
Not many people saw this coming, but Tumblr has become a hot media second screen property
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Last week, Ty Ahmad-Taylor from Samsung and I hosted an event in the Presidio with over 120 Product Managers from around SF, Silicon Valley, and beyond. Our idea was to create an event we wished we had been to earlier in our product management careers. We wanted product managers to learn and talk about career paths, growth strategies, team management and hiring, product processes and tactics, and much more. And we hoped to make everyone realize that it isn’t just their company where people frequently ask — what does a product manager actually do?
The Global Innovation Index
Some insights from the attached chart:
- Innovation has become global: all regions show potential as hubs of innovation (the two upper quadrants show the countries leading in the GII ranking).
- There seems to be a positive relationship between population size and efficiency: six countries among the most densely populated, including three BRICs, are in the top 10 on the efficiency index: Nigeria, China, Pakistan, Brazil, India and Bangladesh (countries to the right of the chart; the chart shows the full name for the 30 most populated countries, except for USA and the UK).
Mobile - a truly life-changing technology. Election of Pope Francis v. Pope Benedict XVI
INFOGRAPHIC: Is It Time to Cut the Cable Cord?
ClickSoftware think cable will decline by 4.9% by 2017 - not super aggressive cord-cutting
Our TMT Predictions are out. Watch out for great insights on the key telecom, media and technology trends in 2013.