This week’s top story was the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI, the first in 600 years. On Thursday morning the Pontiff tweeted one last time as Pope, saying, “Thank you for your love and support. May you always experience the joy from putting Christ at the centre of your lives.” Mashable has the full story on the Pope’s social media history.
What happens when you drop Sony’s Xperia Z smartphone and Xperia Tablet Z into water? The folks at Ars Technica tried it out, so you don’t have to. Find out if these gadgets are as waterproof as they claim to be.
Bad news for Pandora junkies who access the app through their smartphones; the company is bringing back the 40 hours per month cap, which was originally lifted in September 2011. According to TechCrunch, the good news is that this is only for mobile, so the change will only affect about 4% of Pandora users.
Oftentimes the battle between SEO and great design can leave websites in shambles; thankfully, The Huffington Post has your guide on how to make your website look great and rank well at the same time.
Social media burnout is quite common for companies that try too much too fast. Read Social Media Today’s tips on avoiding burnout including don’t try to be everywhere and play to your strengths. Minding these tips now could help you in the long run.