Good Morning! It’s Wednesday, October 24, 2012 — Welcome to #TheFeed
Read of the Day #1: The Erosion of Privacy and the Rise of Publicness…and why it’s a good thing (via Brian Solis)
The days of privacy are coming to a close, as our culture becomes more and more transparent. Brian Solis explains why this may not be the end of the world.
Read of the Day #2: Peter Gabriel Asks Facebook Fans to Recreate ‘Sledgehammer’ (via Mashable)
I think it’s 80s week, as Peter Gabriel’s announcement of a contest to recreate his iconic music video for “Sledgehammer” came the same day the much-hyped October Surprise website ended up being just a stupid Rick Roll. But back to Peter Gabriel, this contest is promoting the 25th anniversary of his epic “So” album. Smart way to stay relevant and get people listening to your music.
Read of the Day #3: 9 Viral Moments Brought to You By the 2012 Debates (via ABC News)
Ah, a nostalgic look back at…the past few weeks. Big Bird, Binders, Malarkey — all the greatest hits from the presidential and vice presidential debates!
Song of the Day: “Crazy” by Alanis Morissette [Seal Cover]
[Note: I saw Alanis in concert last night. She puts on an incredible show – go see her on this tour if you can!]