Today’s web news…
In today’s news Obama keeps up his reputation as the most savvy Social Media user ever to hold office in the White House with a ‘Hang Out’ session on Google Plus scheduled today. He will be answering questions via the new White House Google Plus page that have been submitted through YouTube, and will be streamed live on whitehouse.gov. Multichannel expertise!
In other news, Anonymous is threatening a Hack on Facebook this weekend in a bid to excerpt their power after hacking several major sites following the Megaupload sting at the weekend.
Scroll down also to see one prediction in our newsletter this month for Augmented Reality, which has just been employed by Absolut Vodka in a new app and check out how QR codes can be used to measure conversion rates…
Obama Hangs Out on Google Plus
Anonymous Threatens Facebook Attack This Saturday
Absolut Vodka Launches Augmented Reality App
QR Code Stickers Turns Real World Objects into Digital Conversions
What the Decline of Print Means for Digital
Tumblr Hits 15 Billiong Monthly Pageviews
Google+ Finally Allows Pseudonyms
Amnesty Uses Shazam to Boost e-Petition Response
Android to Replace iOS for Developers
Mobile, the Future of Discounts?
Orange to Provide Wikipedia Free in Middle East & Africa
American Ruling Forcing Decryption of Laptops
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