OMD FWD w/c 21st May

Hello and welcome to your weekly FWD.

As millions of users turned to social media this week to like, stream and follow Harry & Meghan’s nuptials, spare a thought for Mark Zuckerberg – who instead of indulging in memes about Reverend Curry is preparing for trial with the EU Parliament. You can’t knock the guy for trying though, with mass content clean-up operations led by Facebook occurring around the world, aiming to target hate speech, terrorism and illegal content.

Google is also hot in the press this week, releasing a thought-provoking video which gives an unsettling vision of Silicon Valley’s social engineering and an insight into total data collection. Guess.js what? You can also use this cool feature to predict the next page (or pages) a user is likely to visit on Google – improving perceived page load performance and user happiness. Get clicking!

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INSIGHTS

  • Be specific and find exactly what you’re looking with search operators for Google, Bing, Yahoo, and Twitter
  • Serverless is going to crush Kubernetes. Maybe.
  • guess.js uses machine learning and Google Analytics data to model what page users are likely to visit next.

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