Links, posts and stories you may have missed — February 18

iPhone Photography
Did you know the Houston Center for Photography is giving a class in iPhone photographs? Check out “Center offers controversial iPhone photography class, raising questions of what is art” for some additional information. It’s called “iPhoneography.” I’m not making that up.

Want to see if anyone is stealing your blog content? This article, “5 Simple Online Services for Checking Content Plagiarism,” from ProBlogger  suggests a few services you can try:

Privacy Policy Generator
Need to create a new privacy policy for your organization? You can generate your privacy policy using Iubenda. You’ll have to login using Facebook or create an account, then you answer a few questions to create a copy and paste privacy policy for your website.

Google Hangouts
One of the little-known and underutlized benefits of having a Google+ account is Google Hangouts. This gives you the option of videoconferencing for up to 10 people. In addition, you can choose to do Hangouts on Air, which is basically videostreaming with an automatic archive on Youtube. To get started, check out this post: “Using Google Hangouts for Newbies.”

Content Curation
Want to curate content as part of your content marketing plan? Start with “19 Great Web Curation Tools” to choose the service to us.

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