Category Archives: iPad

What Brands Can Learn From Pinterest’s Privacy Updates

In the midst of all the complexity and fear about data usage and privacy, it’s nice to see an example of disclosure done well. A couple of weeks ago, Pinterest announced Buyable Pins, which will enable their users to buy products directly … Continue reading

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LinkedIn for iPad: Quantifying the Professional Self

I’ve always liked LinkedIn, but I’ve never loved it; I know I need to check it and keep it up, but it’s more an obligation than a pleasure, a vitamin than a treat. It’s information. At the same time, the work … Continue reading

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