Here I was, gathering all these cool things to share with you all for this week’s Link Friday, when all of I sudden I had all these other projects to do and kind of forgot about Link Friday until 4:15 p.m. Friday afternoon.
But I think the important part is that I remembered, don’t you?
Anyway, on with the links:
- Brian E. Clark of WisBusiness.com writes that broadband access for rural communities will be key to economic development — including tourism — in the coming years.
- Facebook is testing a “negative sentiment analysis feature” — read, a dislike button — as part of its new analytics. As somebody who administers a couple dozen pages, I think this could be a slippery slope for fan and business pages on the social network.
- My trips to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula in the summer taught me this already, but it turns out being in nature is good for the ol’ brain.
- There was a bit of a dust-up between Great Lakes neighbors Wisconsin and Michigan this week over who should be known as “the mitten state.” (Seriously.) In response, Discover Wisconsin changed their mitten logo to Packers green and gold and put “12-0” underneath it. Boom roasted.
- Got a few extra thousand dollars? Then why not celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Titanic’s sinking by going to visit it deep underneath the Atlantic Ocean.
That’s all for us. Have a good weekend, everybody!