Is Yahoo testing a new search results page?
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It’s less about who you know, because who you know keeps changing. — Bo Park, MD at ICR, in this week’s analysis on how today’s media landscape has changed the way relationships are built with journalists. (via prweek)
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Giga Om: Report — One in Four Online Teens Now Use Twitter
Here are the five most important trends you should know about teens and social media:
1. Teens are outpacing the grown-ups on Twitter
2. Public is the new private on Twitter
3. Teens are tired of Facebook, but they’re still using it
4. Tumblr numbers still aren’t very high
5. The subtweet goes mainstream
Check out our full report here.
Teens are sharing more personal information on their profiles than in the past. They choose private settings for Facebook, but share with large networks of friends. 60% of teen Facebook users keep their profiles private.
Brand spanking new report out today on teens and their digital lives. Teen twitter use has grown substantially; 24% of teens use twitter, up from 16% in 2011. But Facebook is still most popular. This infographic says it all, but stop by the report for the nitty gritty. http://pewrsr.ch/191zI4V
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The energy that comes out of solar panels is renewable, but what about the panels themselves? Today’s leading solar panels owe their high sunlight-to-electricity conversion rates to the use of rare elements, such as indium, gallium and selenium. But if current production trends continue unchecked, supplies of indium in particular will be depleted in less than a decade. The pressure is on to find a way of making solar power even more sustainable.