» Mobile motions! Sprint is basically betting its entire livelihood on the iPhone. [WSJ] » Facebook’s tracking cooking has returned. [ZDNet] » An interview with the CEO of a company specializing in content unlocking as a business model. [Performance Marketing Insider] » So Yahoo! is looking to up its stock…by… Read more“”

» Facebook’s new “frictionless sharing” timeline feature is causing…well…a lot of friction. [Poynter] » …meanwhile, Simon Dumenco contends it’s becoming a black-hole of all content, devaluing all web-based media. [AdAge] » Google has big, display-powered dreams for its +1 button. [Performance Marketing Insider] » How a tech campus could change… Read more“”

» PRICE CHECK! Turns out Google’s ad rate for Microsoft is under some serious U.S. governmental scrutiny. [Bloomberg BusinessWeek] » Another piece showing that perhaps privacy online is simply in the eye of the beholder…and that data is not really as invasive as we might make it out to be…. Read more“”

» Pace Lattin lets you in on the three highly effective habits of solid list-building. [Performance Marketing Insider] » Well if this won’t just get under Google’s (Chrome browser?) skin: Facebook has quietly rolled out a crazy LIKE button extension for the browser. [TechCrunch] » Smartphones make up 40% of… Read more“”