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The COMUNICANO for Friday May 26 2017

Every morning I wake up and look at the news. Today, I woke up and said..uh oh, a crappy news day...w
May 26 · Issue #92 · View online
Andy Abramson

Every morning I wake up and look at the news. Today, I woke up and said..uh oh, a crappy news day…well, actually, it’s not. It’s an amazing day (or weekend) for reading not just skimming. The thoughts of Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg are dead on where society needs to go, especially if you look at it through the eyes of the thirty-somethings which I am trying regularly to do…Then there’s the eerie feeling of Big Brother still so many years after the Apple commercial still hanging over our heads…Business travel is changing. Are you ready for it??? A new Android-Totally New from the master of Android is coming…Amazon keeps shaking things up..oh and more, more, more, great reads today……. All in today’s COMUNICANO!

Change Watch
Mark Zuckerberg Tells Harvard Graduates To Embrace Globalism, 'A Sense Of Purpose'
Google, Facebook and Snap push for surveillance reforms - Axios
Biz Travel Watch
Business hotel rooms prove there’s no place like home
How an Airplane Laptop Ban Would Expose Company Data to Espionage
Android Watch
Andy Rubin’s mysterious new Android phone will do something your iPhone can’t
Amazon Watch
Two affiliate marketers show us inside Amazon's Influencer Program
AmazonFresh Pickup expands to Prime members in Seattle, with automatic license-plate recognition
Media Watch
Mossberg: The Disappearing Computer
Apple News is getting an editor in chief
Beta Watch
T-Mobile DIGITS brings multi-number, multi-device joy on May 31
Introducing Twilio Functions — Public Beta Now Open
Lyft Watch
Lyft Launches ‘Lyft Lux’, To Compete Against Uber Black
Viral Watch
Will the rash of recent viral videos have a lasting impact on airline regulation?
JetBlue and Southwest may have benefited from United's passenger-dragging fiasco
Odds & Ends
Readdle Brings Split View Drag & Drop to Their iPad Apps
Kik Is Developing a Cryptocurrency to Democratize the Digital World and Boost Engagement
Ad Agencies Target Cannes Festival Amid Broader Cost-Cutting
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