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Rallyverse Roundup: World Cup Is The Most Social Ever, Also Brick-Style Highlights

Written on June 16, 2014 at 12:51 pm, by

With the US Men’s National Team set to play Ghana in Natal later today, we’ve got a World Cup-themed Roundup, including details on how this is the most social sporting event ever, an explanation of how technology is helping refs to get calls correct, a retrospective on an epic episode of the Simpsons, and LEGO-themed […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Vine coming to Xbox, 3D Phones From Amazon, Google Tours The

Written on June 5, 2014 at 12:56 pm, by

In today’s Roundup, we’re very very excited about Vine coming to Xbox One, somewhat puzzled by the concept of a 3D phone, somewhat floored by the size of streaming video revenues, and, as always, excited that Google can take us on a tour of the World Cup stadia. And yes, we love writing “stadia.” Yes […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Your 3 Next Social Sites, Online Video Viewing, Netflix Points Fingers

Written on June 4, 2014 at 11:52 am, by

In today’s Roundup, we’re pointing you to three new social networks that you need to check out, digging in on exactly how people are consuming online video, bemoaning the challenge of content curation, and marveling at what blamestorming at scale looks like. Things getting stale for you on LinkedIn and Instagram? Here are three more […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Ad Tech Confessions, Rebranding Net Neutrality, Drone Bottle Service

Written on June 3, 2014 at 11:57 am, by

In today’s Roundup, we’ve got a new True Confession from Digiday, John Oliver renames net neutrality, Facebook updates the News Feed (comma again), a new Google ad, and robots serving drinks. We always dig the Digiday Confessions, and this one, covering ad operations, is an especially good one, specifically for the career advice involved: “In […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Clickbait or Agency Fretting, Clicks Aren’t Consumption, Why You’re Bored Of Social Media

Written on May 28, 2014 at 1:22 pm, by

In today’s Roundup, we’re wondering if a recent article was clickbait or if an agency really spent 45 days (and 13 people’s time) working on a single tweet, singing the praises of clicks and then promptly debating whether anyone reads after clicking, and, finally, figuring out why we might be bored of social media (in […]