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Molly Block
Works at Artsmarketing Services Inc.
Attended University of Texas at Austin
Lives in Houston, Texas
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Facebook, in conjunction with its 10-year anniversary, has created a one-minute-long "lookback" video for each user that shows highlights from each user's Facebook activity, but, from within FB, didn't enable the video to be saved.

To save your video, try this: (It worked for me from my laptop!)
1. Open Chrome.
2. Open your "lookback" page: http://facebook.com/lookback.
3. Launch the JavaScript console: Find it in your Chrome pull-down menu under Tools (or click CTRL+shift+J).
4. In the JavaScript console window, copy and paste the code from here -- https://gist.github.com/xadhix/8802624 -- then hit "enter" to run it.
5. Click the "HERE" link in the window that appears, then save the file to your computer. 
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Thanks for sharing my script :)
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Have to say that's not the most attractive photo I've seen of Michael Stipe.
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News sharing . . .
Have you created a "news circle"? I'm adding many of these orgs to mine.
(hat tip to +Ben Malbon)
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I don't know if I have enough energy for that. ;)
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Public service announcement, y'all: Regarding business and brand use of Google+, read the comments here (on +Danny Sullivan's post) from +Bradley Horowitz and +Christian Oestlien
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You know, Google, sometimes you suck so hard it's not even funny. Went to enable our Search Engine Land account here on +. Invite demanded a birthday. Made one up, because you know, web sites don't really have birthdates. Facebook understands this. I'd have expected you to. I get a message saying you've instantly disabled the account because "You do not meet the age requirements for a Google Account." Wow. Oh, but if I'm older than 13, I can go the unlock procedure. Nice. What's that, just set the right date. You know, which might be good if someone just hit the wrong button. No. I have to send you a copy of my ID (you know, Search Engine Land doesn't have a birth certificate) or pay $0.30. Well, paying the $0.30 was cheap and fast. All set. But why. Why why why when you've been working on this thing for a year now does it emerge with no support for non-human entities? You did the same thing with Buzz. It's crazy. Nutso. And don't get me started on the absurd lack of namespace support or the Buzz accounts we started for publications that have been rendered useless.
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PSA: Google+ pages are officially available for businesses. Good info/post. Thanks, +Danny Sullivan!
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They're here! The roll out over the next two days. Don't just start a page for your company if you're not the social media person for that company. Do that, and only you can admin it, for the moment. This tip and much more in my story below.
Finally, Google is now allowing businesses, brands and any non-human entity to participate in its Google+ social network, through new Google+ Pages that are launching today. Businesses Weren’t Allowed...
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. . . pages to be rolled out over the coming days, apparently. I just clicked on the link -- http://plus.google.com/pages/create -- and a pop-up message saying "Google+ pages aren't ready for everyone" appeared. Try it for yourself!
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Business profiles + analytics = good things worth waiting for.
(via +Bill Gross)
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I think businesses are going to be thrilled with what they get on Google+

There has been so much turmoil about the business pages, but I sure think businesses are going to be thrilled with what they get - albeit after a wait, but a tiny wait- if they get Google's full awesome analytics treatment as is described below.
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So, I was off the grid for several days -- and it was fantastic -- though I must say I tried occasionally to get 3G service on my iPhone (this was at a beach house where I found only two spots where my phone picked up any signal at all)! Also, I'm pleased to say I now can cross "stay at the (awesome) Tee Pee Motel" off my bucket list.

While I was away, I posted a handful of photos on Instagram, which makes me wonder: If/when Instagram and Google+ are linked, how receptive will G+ users be to seeing photos published from Instagram in their streams?
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DB, Agreed. On IG, there are many folks I don't follow because I'd prefer not to see, say, a series of photos of their kids, or they post what I think is way too many pics. That said, I do appreciate that we all use IG differently. (BTW, I thought I posted a reply to you on Thurs. night from my iPhone, but see now that it didn't post! So, here 'tis!)
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Seeking how-to info: If you've seen other good write-ups about Google+, add links to them here, so we can share.
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Business Development, Marketing
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  • Artsmarketing Services Inc.
    Business Development, Marketing, present
  • Houston Symphony, University of Houston, Hermann Park Conservancy, Pacific Symphony, Bailey Architects
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Houston, Texas
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Toronto, Southern California, Chicago area
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design-savvy marketing and development geek; cultural explorer; savorer; coffee and wine enthusiast; values quality over quantity; minimalist; eco-deliberate
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School spelling bee champ (5th grade)
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  • University of Texas at Austin
    Architecture
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