thenextweb: Today, Fantastical comes to the iPhone bearing that…

thenextweb:

Today, Fantastical comes to the iPhone bearing that same spirit of no-nonsense calendar management, but with an additional intuitive layer of greatness. The app features the same natural language parsing engine as it does on the Mac, with the addition of a feature called the DayTicker. The DayTicker is at the heart of the reason Fantastical for iPhone has replaced Calendar for me. It’s a ribbon-shaped display of your current day and the surrounding days that makes it incredibly fast to see what you’ve got coming up at a glance. (via The gorgeous Fantastical for iPhone re-invents the calendar as a timeline of events – The Next Web)

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“Networks that make engagement on the go easy—especially visual platforms like Instagram—are at a…”

“Networks that make engagement on the go easy—especially visual platforms like Instagram—are at a significant advantage (Instagram, in fact, already has more mobile users than Twitter).”

Ryan Holmes, “The Can’t-Miss Social Media Trends For 2013” (via fastcompany)
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Twitter is still an intimidating network to many entrepreneurs…

Twitter is still an intimidating network to many entrepreneurs and small businesses. Some have never used it is because they are afraid of it, and some have just signed up but have never gotten past the point of signing up. When I am teaching Twitter to a group in a small workshop or to clients and potential clients, I am always asked ONE question. What do I tweet?

(via 10 Things to Tweet About on Twitter | DEEP3R Social Media)

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