MASHABLE ::: Google is expanding its New York Fashion Week offerings this season. In addition to streaming 30 shows live on YouTube, a 17% increase from last year, the tech giant is also partnering with brands to bring on-the-spot Fashion Week coverage to Google+. Beyond the live Hangouts, Lucky Magazine editors and outside contributors will be uploading images to a live slideshow on its Google+ Page, and Vogue Paris is creating and sharing short, animated GIFs from Fashion’s Night Out on its page. For a complete guide to following New York fashion Week online, click here.
In case you missed it ::: Blogger/Fashionista Tavi Gevinson, editor of online magazine Rookie, and Ira Glass, host of This American Life, having a coffee (and hot chocolate) break over at New York's Highliner Restaurant. (Hover and click on the screencut below)
Has Apple jumped on the technorati/google/facebook "If it ain't broke don't fix it" wagon? Rumours are awash that the iPhone 5 will be released on 12 September... This morning I tweeted "iPhone 5 rumoured to have new dock connector? Yesh, let's get rid of the most popular connector ever."
"You can lead a horse to water..." ::: My experiment sending out an email (which I rarely do) soliciting comments on a blogpost was a real eye-opener. Imagine: I sent email to about 25 individuals who are highly active in the blogosphere. If I can't get them to comment, what makes blogging gurus think some list of email addresses (they call it "e-mail marketing) is the golden goose that will magically lay "comment eggs" on blogger's blogs?
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