Welcome to Tuesday, June 14 2011’s Clicks of the Day!
- Environmental group releases ‘Dirty Dozen’ list of most contaminated fruits and vegetables
- Instagram hits 5 million users as it nears 100 million photos
- BBC to give reporters custom iPhone app to broadcast live news
- The unplugged wedding: couples tell guests to put down their devices
- Winners of 2011 National Edward R. Murrow Awards have been announced
- Infographic Of The Day: Facebook Is The McDonald’s Of Social Networking
Look at that sea of Facebook Blue.
- Rockville Central drops website for Facebook, offers eight lessons on Facebook news publishing
Ballsy move, interesting insight!
- Bouncy Ball Photography
This is SO cool. I would think it would take more than just 50 interns to gather up 250,000 bouncy balls in a decent amount of time though, lol. And the last photo of the person hiding is so funny!!
- Plague Could Worsen With Climate Change
- Facebook chat leaves British juror facing jail
Worst. Juror. Ever. Lol.
- Killing One Owl Species To Save Another
For the greater good? This is sad! Just let things play out naturally…
That’s a little ridiculous.
I find I have very sporadic Instagram use. Mayhapsly I shall begin using it a little more consistently.
Awesome. Waiting to see this kind of thing implemented in Canada media.
Very interesting read!!! I think there will be enough old non-technologically-saavy Asian guests (courtesy my parent’s friends/family) at my wedding that there will be a good mix of plugged and unplugged going on though, lol. But this kind of thing makes me think of how everyone is always filming / watching concerts or live events through their cameras/phones too and how it takes away from the experience. All challenges as we move forward in this crazy digital age of ours!
I haven’t gotten a chance to watch the winning entries yet but I definitely will – the 2010 Murrow winning videos I watched were so inspiring/so well done.
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