Roundup – What’s being Shared this Week

The is Scredible’s own shortening tool. Each day we look at interesting and popular pieces people are sharing with their social networks. Click on the links to read the full article.


March 12

Vocativ’s new Social Map gives users a taste of its data mining technology (Mashable)

Its Social Map, which will be featured at the upcoming SXSW Interactive Festival, is powered by Verne, the internal platform that Vocativ journalists use to unearth stories and find sources as well as news.



A ‘warhead’ molecule to hunt down deadly bacteria (

Targeting deadly, drug-resistant bacteria poses a serious challenge to researchers looking for antibiotics that can kill pathogens without causing collateral damage in human cells. A team of Boston College chemists details a new approach using a “warhead” molecule to attack bacteria.


March 11

8 Digital Marketing Tips for Bootstrapped Startups (Entrepreneur)

You just launched a startup and need to get your brand in front of as many eyes as possible… What’s an entrepreneur to do?


Google: Our new service will ‘revolutionize’ the computer storage industry (Business Insider)

Google today announced Google Cloud Storage Nearline which will cost just 1 cent per gigabyte per month for data that will be accessed in 3 seconds or less.

March 10

Thought Leadership Speakers You Don’t want to Miss in 2015 (Forbes)

With new positions such as “director of thought leadership” sprouting up in organizations big and small, thought leadership is one trend every leader should keep tabs on.


March 9


All Girls Deserve an Education Beyond Primary (by Malala Yousafzai in Time)

How can world leaders tell the world’s children that they can only hope for nine years of education, while their own children can expect at least 12 years of education in the best schools? The standards they set for their own children should be the same for their citizens and the rest of the world’s youth.


What you missed in Cloud: Where openness meets security (SiliconAngle) –

“Last week saw cloud computing continue its breakneck evolution as a number of key players stepped up to move the dial on some of the biggest challenges still standing in the way of adoption.”


Facebook By The Numbers (Benzinga)

84.6 Percent – This is the number of global smartphone owners that use a Facebook app.


March 8

Pollution watch: Fumes from the Farm (The Guardian)


‘Farm animals dominate ammonia emissions. In the UK, half of this comes from cattle manure and slurry and a quarter from poultry.




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