posts tagged sharing

11/13/16 // Week of 11/13/16

In this book, Michael D. Smith and Rahul Telang, experts on entertainment analytics, show how companies like Amazon and Apple are changing the rules in other entertainment industries, notably publishing and music. | listen

1/3/16 // No Share Zone

To share, or not to share? That is always the question, and we may or may not have the answer, you'll just have to read on and find out... | read

11/14/15 // Close Encounters of the Super Strange Kind (Part 1)

BTR staffers share their strangest moments; buckle up because it’s going to get weird. From people peeing in the streets to sleeping on stairways, the world sure is awkward. | read

3/8/15 // Sharing with Strangers

Secret Week - Why do we divulge more to strangers than familiar people? | read

9/10/14 // Loving Cats Long

Share Week – The cat craze isn’t new. Only online appreciation is. | read

11/26/13 // Sabore

Located in Newberry, Fla., Sabore is unsurprisingly terrific. | read

12/5/12 // From Feuds to Friends - Rivalry Week

Famous music rivalries that start nasty and end friendly. | read

11/11/12 // Copyrighting Nudes and the Case of Hunter Moore - Dirty Week

Victim of an ex posting your nude photos on the internet? You may want to consider your legal options. | read

10/18/12 // Empathy Through iPads - App Week

Some children's apps get a bad rap for exploiting parents' wallets, but others can teach valuable lessons. | read

10/17/12 // Tech Profile: Wyst

Wyst is a new mobile app that enables users to share cool moments, random musings, unique tidbits and interesting experiences by capturing them on a photo or text note and tagging them to a location for others to find. BreakThruTV spoke with Wyst co-founder and chief product officer Yago Amerlinck… | watch

8/10/12 // Indie Label Branding in The Download Era- Branding and Advertising Week

Kanine records co-founder, Lio Kanine, shares his thoughts on branding indie music in the age of file sharing. | read

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