12 Stories You Need To Know Today

Google now spans the globe with a single data network, Groupon crediting merchants for credit card purchases, an anti-Jihad ad in NYC subways and a list of the 100 most influential photographers of all time…Links to start your day with.

 

London commuter paths tracked in light create a kinetic map of spectacular light. NewScientist

Groupon promises merchants credit card discounts, competing in Paypal and Square’s territory. Mashable

YouTube and Google Play boast a rental library of 10,000+ titles, knocking over Netflix. Mashable

Businesses can now compare their customer service ratings to those of competitors with Google Consumer Surveys. TechCrunch

A look at the 100 most influential photographers of all time. aPhotoEditor

Google now spans the entire plant with a single data network. Wired

New publisher Brightline to compete with Amazon. NYTimes

Twitter looks to Apple for inspiration and names Facebook its opponent. Mashable

20 of YouTube’s original channels earn 1 million views per week. Adage

Vimeo asks fans for tips to pay video creators. Vimeo

Apple pays high production costs for iPhone 5. Mashable

In the face of violence abroad, controversial posters condemning Jihad will be hung in NYC subway. NYTimes

 

 

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