Sometimes being a person is hard. Don’t you ever wonder what it would be like to be a French bulldog instead? No? Well all right then, here are some afternoon links in case you missed them.
Check out this awesome PSA from fifth graders in Montana in 1995. They basically predict everything that happened to the Internet, including today’s Internet obsession with cats. Good job kids. (via Lauging Squid)
Time Mag asked readers all over the world to take pictures with their phones and post them on Instagram with the tag #TIMEwireless for the Time Wireless issue. Here are 15 of the best Instagram pics that the editors chose. (via Time)
Fast Company Design talks to Pinterest founder Ben Silbermann about the hot platform’s new iPad app. (via Co.Design)
And in very important digital media news, there is now such a thing as rubbable GIFs, thanks to the geniuses at Buzzfeed. They have debuted the new technology featuring Ryan Gosling. Good move. (via Buzzfeed)
A year after coming under Axel Springer’s control, Politico’s Europe and North American businesses are closer than ever
Politico is still realizing what a global brand might look like, but Politico EU's CRO Nicolas Sennegon is already pursuing an advertising business that extends across the pond.
How publishers can prevent cyberattacks after Fast Company’s hack
Tech executives shared what publishers can do to prevent getting hacked and avoid cybersecurity breaches.
SponsoredWhy online search is foundational for a post-cookies environment
How sportsbooks and publishers are rethinking the terms of content-based sponsorships
The economic slowdown is causing sportsbooks and publishers alike to reconsider their approaches to content-based customer acquisition campaigns.
Digiday partners and invests in Marketecture, deepening its ad tech content and expertise
The two companies have joined forces to help close the gap between buyers and vendors by shining a light on the multibillion-dollar ad tech industry.