The Week in Tweets – Interesting Things from the Around the Web April 19 – April 25, 2013

The Week in Tweets – Interesting Things from the Around the Web April 19 – April 25, 2013

Welcome to this week’s edition of The Week in Tweets, my look back at some of the interesting things that caught my eye around the Internet that I shared via Twitter. Are you following me?


Even though it links to an older post, there’s still something timeless about the suggestions it provides:



Active listening is an important skill to have personally and professionally:


I’m a technology nerd. I also love all things weather. Living in Southern California, I don’t get to see a lot weather unless you call “partly cloudy” and “mostly sunny” exciting forms of weather. Yahoo recently introduced a new weather app that is absolutely gorgeous as it uses Flickr images for the backgrounds. It also has a pretty stellar amount of weather information as well. Worthy of your download.


Graphic Design

Happened upon this awesome keyboard shortcut cheat sheet for Adobe Photoshop CS6:


Found a good look back at how some well known brands have evolved their identities over the years:


Marketing and Social Media

If you were curious about what it looks like in a social media war room, this infographic gave a look:



That’s only a small sampling of the great things I’ve found on Twitter the past week. Be sure to follow me so that you’ll be able to see all of the great things I find.

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