[social sandbox] plucking out a quote or fact, YO, Spotify Map

A daily snapshot of all things digital from the innovative NPR Digital team.

socialmediadesk:

PLUCKING OUT A QUOTE OR FACT CAN BE THE BASIS FOR A BLOG POST: Former Kroc Fellow Alan Yu writes: “I read Gizmodo regularly and I came across this post, which is pretty much just one line from an interview on Fresh Air. I thought it was nice that the blogger just pull one fact out of a…

A look back at our NoMad neighborhood.

nprfreshair:

Flatiron in Summer, 1948

A look back at our NoMad neighborhood.

nprfreshair:

Flatiron in Summer, 1948

What’s good here? Find out even faster in the all-new Foursquare.

foursquare:

Ever sit down at a restaurant, open up the menu, and feel overwhelmed by the choices? Maybe you came in wanting salmon, but now the pasta dishes sound really good. What you really want to know is what your friends recommend. Now, with ‘Here’ in the new Foursquare, you can see what’s good here…

DKC Connect had a fun morning with the StumbleUpon team and #NYCInterns. 

orphanblack:

We had a Tumblr #CloneClub party at San Diego Comic-Con and the entire cast of Orphan Black showed up to surprise us.

fastcompany:

"This new branding changes the whole identity and expression of the company." - CEO of Airbnb, Brian Chesky

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fastcompany:

"This new branding changes the whole identity and expression of the company." - CEO of AirbnbBrian Chesky

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NYC Music Map

cmj:

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Boston real estate developer and music obsessive, Constantine Valhouli, has put together this incredible map of New York City-centric songs and their locations. Scroll over those familiar little red dots, and you get the song title and a video/track link. Pretty neat, and exhaustively thorough.

For more info and to find out how you can suggest a few New York song spots, head here.

Great initiative from DKC Client Martin & Company, supporting an even greater cause.

Great initiative from DKC Client Martin & Company, supporting an even greater cause.