Today’s Editor is…
Jeremy Goldman
Facebook & Twitter’s new political rules, Snapchat’s improved Snap Map location requests, and plenty more for your Memorial Day weekend reading.
Facebook’s new rules for political & issue ads start today
Any advertiser wanting to run political or issue ads must be verified on the platform and include ‘Paid for’ information…
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How NASA is Creating the Robotics-Driven, Autonomous Future [PODCAST]
Here’s our 16th episode, recorded at Collision, one of the best tech conferences around! Jeremy tracked down Terry Fong, Director of the Intelligent Robotics Group at NASA’s Ames Research Center. He covers everything from aeronautics to earth & space systems, robotics, AI, you name it.
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Twitter introduces new US election candidate labels & launches its Political Campaigning Policy
Starting May 30, qualifying candidates will have access to labels confirming their candidacy and campaign details. The post Twitter introduces…
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Google is testing ads in its app Feed
The Google Feed offers up an un-tapped source of mobile ad inventory. The post Google is testing ads in its…
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Snapchat launches less creepy Send and Request Location features
Snapchat is taking another shot at location after its always-on coordinate-broadcasting Snap Map proved a bit invasive for some users. Snapchat now lets you send your ongoing real-time location to a friend, or request theirs, which show up on the Snap Map and within your message thread.
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We’ve become normalized to Trump’s tweets. Not this one.
Nowadays, it takes a lot for Americans to become incensed about Trump’s tweets. We need at least one World War…
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Want Links? Here’s How to Create Link-Worthy Content
Creating link-worthy content take a lot of time, planning, and strategy.

The types of link you really, really want – editorially-given links (i.e., natural links) – are typically the hardest to get.
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