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Yes, Everything You Post on Facebook Can Be Put in an Ad (The Daily Dot)
Twitter Co-Founder Biz Stone Turns to ‘The Raven’ as Inspiration for His First Short Film (The Verge)
With the guidance of director Ron Howard, Project Imagination is showing off 10 short films — five from celebrities and five picked from a wide pool of submissions. One of the five celebrity films was shot and written by Twitter co-founder Biz Stone, not someone typically known for getting behind the camera.
What Does Facebook Integration Bring to Sony PS4? (AllFacebook)
The newest version of the PlayStation gaming platform from Sony, the PS4, which began shipping Friday, incorporates login with Facebook to connect Facebook friends while they play online. Sony said the PS4’s Facebook integration allows users who log in with Facebook to connect their accounts and share their Facebook profile pictures and real names with opponents.
JPMorgan Forced to Cancel Twitter Q&A After Onslaught of Abuse (AllTwitter)
Jimmy Lee, one of JPMorgan’s senior bankers who worked closely on Twitter’s IPO, was all set to “take over” @JPMorgan‘s Twitter profile on Thursday, receiving questions under the hashtag #AskJPM. However, by Wednesday afternoon, thousands of Twitter users had rallied around the #AskJPM hashtag to bombard @JPMorgan – and, by association, Jimmy Lee – with abuse.
Twitter Expands its Alerts Service to The U.K. and Ireland to Push Out Critical Info from the Met Police And 56 Others (TechCrunch)
In related news, Twitter Alerts — a service that Twitter launched in September for emergency, relief and charity organizations from the U.S., Japan and Korea to send out critical messages to opted-in users — is getting more international. Sunday, the newly public company turned on Twitter Alerts in the U.K. and Ireland.
Just 11 Percent of Americans Tweet Every Month (Mashable)
The country where the highest percentage of Internet users are active on Twitter may come as a suprise. It’s Saudi Arabia.
Nickelodeon Releases Finale of ‘The Legend of Korra’ After Fans Unlock it with Tumblr Reblogs (LostRemote)
Saturday night, Nickelodeon released the season finale of “The Legend of Korra” after over 20,000 Tumblr reblogs took place from fans to unlock the episode. Fans can now tune into Nick.com to watch the finale.
Google Play Music Finally Released on iOS: $9.99/Month for All the Music You Could Want (VentureBeat)
Google finally released its Google Play Music app for iOS Friday, with unlimited songs, custom radio stations, no skip limits, smart recommendations based on the music you like and listen too, and more. That is, of course, with an $9.99 All Access monthly pass.