White House ‘Scopes the Pope

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The White House launched Periscope coverage for the first time Tuesday to cover the arrival of Pope Francis:


“More than 11,000 people tuned in to check it out, and the White House Periscope account (quickly gained) nearly 3,800 followers,” according to the verge.com, also recalling that President Obama once called the internet “a gift from God.”

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Periscope adds web profiles

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Periscope goes horizontal!

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Reports: Periscope app coming to Apple TV

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Periscope Captures the Imagination

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“We can presume that Periscope is working on a more robust search feature but, as of now, about the best you can do is follow as many people as possible and just wait to see what develops.”

“So, yeah, there’s plenty of content out there. But it’s a task to find what’s meaningful to you.”

“Or just turn on the new “Couch Mode” feature and flip through endless videos. (The temptation to add “potato” between those two words must have been overwhelming.)” –star-telegram.com

Periscope Captures the Imagination

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Educators considering Periscope

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Confessions of a budding Periscope addict

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“When you broadcast, you want hearts. When you don’t get them, you wonder what’s wrong with what you’re saying, so you start to push the envelope. If you’re telling a story, you embellish because you want more approval, in real-time, from your audience.” –The Week

“Periscope addiction is inevitable.”

Confessions of a budding Periscope addict

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