A little late, but here’s your weekly bit of curation:
- Mashable: Google v. Yahoo. Who has the right social strategy? It may not be who you think. Build or Buy revisited.
- From RedMonk’s @sogrady: “What Sports Can Teach Us About Analytics: The MIT Sloan Conference” Great post about Dorkapalooza. Wished I could have attended.
- TechCrunch: Windows Slate preview. Yes it has flash, and some custom work to accommodate a touch interface, but still seems to hold too tightly to the traditional windows paradigm…and not just because it runs Windows7
- “When the platform changes, the leaders change”. Great post by Seth Godin
- Benioff’s Facebook Imperative Part 2. Is he trying to change the conversation, buddy up to Facebook (the enemy of my enemy is my friend) or just trying to promote Salesforce Chatter? Or could it be all three? Read the initial post here.
- Great post on design nuances for iPad
- The Revolution at Work (the industry reacts to Salesforce’s moves) from Robert Scoble [Video]
- From @compete: Lost Bookings Where Are You?
- Good post on possible impact of Twitter Geo-Location — Red Giant Consulting: High Tech Marketing Consultant
- Extraordinary review and perspective on the latest research and understanding of Social CRM from Paul Greenberg of the Enterprise Irregulars.