What I Read Today
- YouTube’s Biggest Stars By How Much Money They Make (Business Insider). Top of the chart is $825,000-$8.47 million estimated yearly income after YouTube’s 45% cut with 23.9 million total subscribers and 3.69 billion total views.
- What are some of the most badass photos ever taken? (Quora). Like the title says: Awesomeness!
- Each Model for Betabrand’s New Spring Collection Has a Ph.D. (Adweek). I have a permanent spot for women with big brains so I have to link this.
- Hacker Claims This Crucial WhatsApp Flaw Can Expose Your Messages in Minutes (Business Insider). When your company acquired for $19 billion, everyone stares at you.
- Steve Jobs never asked for Customer feedback. Except this one time. (LinkedIn featured article). The question is the most important question you can ask your customers: Would you recommend us to a friend or colleague?
- Neil Young Reaches $800,000 Pono Kickstarter Goal in 1 Day (Rolling Stone). Another digital music service, with another accompanying player.
- Are Innovators Better at Multi-dimensional Thinking? (Innovation Excellence). Some people simply cannot innovate, even if coached.
- More Than 162,000 WordPress Sites Used for Distributed Denial of Service Attack (Sucuri Blog). Apparently any WordPress site with Pingback enabled (which is on by default) can be used in DDOS attacks against other sites. Do a quick check to see if your WordPress site being used to attack others.
- HTML5 Canvas Meme Generator (Mobi Forge). Fun! 😀