LOTD: 2/15/08

  • Apparently, Google has seen “50 times the search volume” vs. any other handset from iPhone users, according to a report in Financial Times, as pointed to by Macworld UK‘s Jonny Evans. (TB)
  • What was that about having to go with a major player for an ad network again? Maybe not, say newspapers. (TB)
  • Read/WriteWeb’s Marshall Kirkpatrick published some points to ponder on finding “top blogs” in any given area, something that those of us in the PR space are called on for more than regularly. It’s not “the solution” just yet, but another step in the progression of keeping tabs on what might be useful to do our jobs better. (TB)
  • Nick Bradbury posted details on timeouts and timeliness when it comes to NewsGator pulling feeds, in case you were wondering about that sort of thing. (TB)
  • And, because it’s Friday and it’s like that, SHIFT’s Todd Defren embedded one of my favorite videos online showing how he’s going to be feeling when he comes back from vacation. (TB)
  • One last item I found of interest. Swirlee on Twitter linked to this post on random($foo) about capping out on favorited videos on YouTube. Who knew? (TB)

By Chris Thilk

Chris Thilk is a freelance writer and content strategist with over 15 years of experience in online strategy and content marketing. He lives in the Chicago suburbs.