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Weekly Round Up: September 14th iPhone 5, Kevin Bacon, Twitter Tips and more

Apple introduces iPhone 5

4″ screen, 7.6mm thick, 112 grams, 4G LTE capable, A6 processor, Lightning dock connector – who doesn’t want one if these?!

Okay so it’s faster, lighter and taller but aside from that, still no NFC! Anyway this is a good post that sums up everything that’s new.

How to Make Social Media Less of a Time Suck

Because of the fast pace of social media, we are constantly bombarded with distractions from one social network or another.

You have to participate and engage consistently, Facebook seems to change something on a weekly basis, Google has all of these animal-named announcements, new social networks pop up all the time…it’s exhausting to keep up with everything!

Google builds Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon into its search system

It is the party game beloved of cinephiles everywhere, one which rewards detailed knowledge of the career of one of the finest actors never to receive an Oscar nomination. And now it is even easier to play: Google has built Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon into its search system.

If you don’t want to read and just want to find out an actors Bacon Number, go to Google and type in Bacon Number and then any actor you can think of.

3 Essential Twitter Lists for Any Entrepreneur

These three lists are based on common business needs & strategies and can be applied across any industry. Bringing your attention to these three strategies on a platform like Twitter, means that you’ll also have more focus when engaging any social media platform, on your blog, or an in-person networking event.

Video – Meet the Father of the SportsCenter theme

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Mike Wigmore

Mike spends his time, researching keywords, pouring through analytic accounts & trying to stay on top of everything digital. Follow him on twitter @MikeWigmore where he will regale you with stories of marketing & pondering why restaurants love flash websites, or you can visit his Google+ Profile.

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