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Friendship in the Era of Trump

"Friendships aren’t meant to reinforce every one of my views" – Friendship in the Age of Trump https://t.co/mRed142dAR — Keven Elliff (@KevenElliff) April 23, 2016

23. April 2016 by Keven Elliff
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Overwhelm is a Verb

Breaking my Twitter silence to inform the world that I can't stand the noun usage of "overwhelm." #toomuchcaffeinetoday — Keven Elliff (@KevenElliff) April 7, 2016

07. April 2016 by Keven Elliff
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Have you ever wondered what a Twitter conversation looks like from 10,000 feet?

Have you ever wondered what a Twitter conversation looks like from 10,000 feet? https://t.co/HbCaDWUtTW http://pic.twitter.com/oO7gilYxAN — Pew Research Center (@pewresearch) March 18, 2016

18. March 2016 by Keven Elliff
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The Challenge Engine

Does a tool exist that will show you ideas that oppose your own? Instead of a search engine, a challenge engine? h/t @TeresaBrazen — Scott Berkun (@berkun) March 17, 2016

17. March 2016 by Keven Elliff
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Google Photos Impresses

First time I've been blown away by Google Photos. Took cruddy stills and vids & made something nifty: https://t.co/03fCYToTxF — Keven Elliff (@KevenElliff) February 22, 2016

22. February 2016 by Keven Elliff
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Tying metrics to business goals allows for meaningful analysis

Tying metrics to business goals allows for meaningful analysis. https://t.co/xPdfuVFKWy — Keven Elliff (@KevenElliff) February 20, 2016

19. February 2016 by Keven Elliff
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More pressure on organic search results

.@Google will no longer show ads to the right of its search results, with one exception: https://t.co/iRb5oDfHUx — Search Engine Land (@sengineland) February 20, 2016

19. February 2016 by Keven Elliff
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Rights matter. Precedents matter.

The FBI isn’t trying *this* hard to get access to this particular iPhone 5c. It’s about getting permanent access. https://t.co/vahA5NjC6R — Marco Arment (@marcoarment) February 17, 2016

18. February 2016 by Keven Elliff
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Only 32 Percent Of Emails Were Opened On Desktop PCs In 2015

Only 32 Percent Of Emails Were Opened On Desktop PCs In 2015 — Report by @gsterling https://t.co/jS6vTY8YlG — Marketing Land (@Marketingland) February 12, 2016

11. February 2016 by Keven Elliff
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There is a 0% chance Twitter eliminates the chronological feed.

There is a 0% chance Twitter eliminates the chronological feed. — Chris Sacca (@sacca) February 6, 2016

06. February 2016 by Keven Elliff
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