First up this week is Moz Taylor’s interview with Aleece Germano at YES Montreal’s ‘Business Skills for Creative Souls’ conference. Then, we get creative in the studio with Google’s interactive Doodle dedicated to Guitar Legend Les Paul. Finally we look at coal powered data centres and Google’s failing Green grade as well as the rise of global Internet traffic and some great Tips for YouTube users.
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Aleece Germano gave a talk at the Business Skills for Creative Souls conference on how social media marketing can be great for artists and creative types. She gives us some tips on how artists can leverage facebook and Twitter for their work. Aleece is also part of the successful SWAP Team and talks about their upcoming ‘Take Off Your Clothes – Deshabille-toi !‘ event coming up at Place des arts on July 9th.
This past week, Google’s home page sported “one of the most interactive Google Doodles to date”. In celebration of Les Paul‘s 96th birthday. PC Mag instructions on How to Play The Beatles on the Les Paul Google Doodle.
The Montreal Gazette published a recent article entitled: Dirty Data: The Internet’s Giant Carbon Footprint
Greenpeace’s recently published report – How Dirty is Your Power?
Greenpeace’s ‘Unfriend Coal‘ facebook campaign.
Global Internet Traffic Expected to Quadruple by 2015 – A Mashable INFOGRAPHIC
Check out the full graphic for more visual data.
CNET’s ‘How To’ series entitled: 5 YouTube tips you should be using
1. Link to a specific point in the video.
2. Discover new music.
3. Use the “Add to Watch Later Playlist” feature.
4. View your history, likes, and playlist.
5. Play Snake.
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