Apple released Lion this week and MG Siegler immediately made sweet, sweet love to it.
More useful than @parislemon’s 3,000 word opus: Greg Kumparak’s, “Nine Things you Should Do After Installing Lion“ and Cult of Mac’s ludicrously comprehensive, six-page review/manual.
Via TechChrunch, Cult of Mac
Speaking at Fortune BrainstormTech, Twitter CEO Dick Costolo said the company will eventually offer self-serve ads for brands and is looking to get into the commerce game. Twitter, he said, wants to “remove friction” from the process of buying stuff on the platform.
If I may offer a humble suggestion from a lowly non-profit marketer: Can you please also help “remove friction” from the process of donating to charities through Twitter?
Mmm…. That’s some good Gojee. I’ve seen a lot of people using Gojee recently and am trying it out myself — I’ve been in a bit of a cooking rut these days. The service lets users input ingredients they have in their pantry and spits out recipes (an gorgeous photos) based on those ingredients. I wonder what it will suggest for pita chips, Kraft mac & cheese and craisins? Seriously though, I just typed in “black beans” and favorited 10 recipes. This thing is seriously addictive.
Dude… your Prius is pretty badass. Toyota responds to the Honda CR-Z Sport hybrid with the Prius Performance Package. For an extra three grand, you get front and rear spoilers, 17-inch alloy wheels, custom tires, a tuned rear sway bar and…. wait for it… limited edition floor mats. w00t!
Finally, start your weekend off right with this awesome video of the Sesame Street Muppets rockin’ the Sure Shot, by the Beastie Boys: