Chino (and Deftones as a whole) is not known to give lengthy, in-depth interviews. This one, however, is a bit different. Matt Pinfield spends roughly 50 minutes talking to Chino about everything the band has been through over the last 20+ years.
If you’re a Deftones fan, you’ll certainly enjoy.
If this is the first benefit of Moz doubling down on search, I’d say its decision was a very good one. More of this, please.
The news here is that Pinterest bought Instapaper. I was a Pocket user for a long time, but switched more recently to Instapaper for my offline reading. I enjoyed its app a little more, and appreciated the automatic weekly Kindle digest it would send me.
However, I have no interest in a Pinterest account, or having one of my accounts share data with its company. Also, in an effort to simplify my app usage, there’s just no need for either of these anymore. Thus, goodbye to Instapaper and Pocket.
I already pay for Pinboard, a tremendous bookmarking service. From there, I can save an article to read later where, thanks to a wonderful app economy, I can open Pinner and read via Safari reader mode. Success! Beyond that, if I do want to send to my Kindle, I’m covered there as well.
Moz made the decision to focus more so on search, including local SEO.
The good: Moz’s SEO products are top notch. The new keyword explorer has been great and made a splash in my workflows in all the ways that Moz Content did not. Also, Followerwonk is probably best handled by a specific social organization.
The bad: It’s never good to see people lose their jobs. Talented people, no doubt, so let’s hope they land on their feet soon.