Pilgrim’s Picks for April 21
Good Monday morning! I hope you had a good weekend. Mine consisted of pressure-washing, cleaning windows, and putting together new outdoor furniture. Sounds like hard work–it was–but now I’m ready for Spring!
Now that we’re all stuck back inside, let’s take a look at today’s Picks:
- China now has more internet users than the USA (220 million vs. 216 millon). That still only represents 17% of China’s population (compare to 71% in the US). What will the web look like, when China gets to 71%?
- Groundswell, the new book by Charlene Li and Josh Bernoff, is still sitting on my desk. I’ll post a review soon, but in the meantime Lee Odden scores an interview with Li.
- Despite recent upgrades, Twitter still suffers from unexplainable downtime. Paris Lemon wants more transparency from the Twitter team.
- My good friend Frank Reed is finding it hard to keep to a blogging routine. What he really needs is the pressure of knowing he has readers to feed. So head over to his blog, subscribe, learn fascinating insights for small businesses, and give him a reason to get into a routine.