Maps, Google, LinkedIn, More: Morning Buzz, November 5th, 2014

I found out last night that my hero has a brother! Where did that come from?

Mark Zuckerberg is hosting a Facebook AMA tomorrow. One hour only.

The British Library wants YOU to help it tag its maps!

Amazon Prime members now get unlimited photo storage. And yet you still can’t log into Amazon using two-factor authentication. The more features Amazon adds to prime without also adding two-factor login – especially considering the recent security issues that we’ve seen online – the more irresponsible Amazon looks.

The Buffer blog has a constantly-updated post on visibility factors used by the Facebook algorithim. As someone who administers Facebook pages in my Real Job and buys Facebook advertising, I’ve just accepted the idea that if I want visibility on Facebook I have to pay for it, but considering how hard Facebook throttles my page posts, money I used to spend on Facebook campaigns now goes elsewhere.

More Facebook, this time from The Atlantic: How Facebook Could Skew an Election.

Dropbox and Microsoft are teaming up. “The integration will launch with new versions of Office for iOS and Android in the next few weeks, and let users of both services save into Dropbox directly from Office, and edit Office documents directly from Dropbox.”

This is for the truly nerdy, but it’s fascinating: How Flickr is Learning to See What’s in Your Photos.

Do you use LinkedIn? Here are 19 Ninja Tricks. These are very interesting – they involve URL hacking and Boolean searches, etc.

Google has dropped some of its cloud computing prices. Good morning, Internet…

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