The Internet Drives Our Thirst For Narrative.

Every business, foundation, technology and especially every brand, requires a story.
People remember story long after they have forgotten the product.
All good salesmen know this.

Google News Room & Twitter Microblogging + Geolocation

If you are wondering where to invest your time to learn new tricks of the trade, here from are three updates in an overwhelming barrage “interesting stuff” which might help but are sure to complicate.
1. Twitter has just flipped the switch on geolocation within Now users can pull up location-based information from individual tweets on the microblogging website. here
2. Google has just released an alternative player for Google Reader that gives those with a penchant for browsing news the ability to do so in an image-heavy, TV-like fashion. It’s like being in a TVcontrol room. here
3. YouTube will now display BANNER ADS on the mobile version of its website. Google made the announcement in a blog post, enticing would-be advertisers to sign up by saying that users of its mobile video website are tech-savvy early adopters with cash to spend — the ideal ad demographic. here

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