What We’re Reading: Professional athletes, Amazon app store, job seeking and more

by Access Digital on April 20, 2012

Check out our weekly roundup of this week’s most interesting topics from around the Web…

Normal people have Facebook. Athletes have It’s My Play, the social network connecting professional athletes with coaches, agents and sports employees.

It’s My Play is Facebook for athletes wp.me/p1re2-1KFU

— VentureBeat (@VentureBeat) April 19, 2012

Social Media Delivered imparts some tips on how to keep your social networks job-seeker friendly with the help of Mindflash.

How companies are using social media to hire/fire employees. ow.ly/a3wlm

— Linkedin Queen (@LinkedInQueen) April 19, 2012

Still wondering how to use Google+? Check out this video to see how Mashable is using it to attract new readers and build a culture.

Fun video that shows how @Mashable is using Google+ bit.ly/HVzWwF

— Samantha Murphy (@MurphySamanthaJ) April 19, 2012

Amazon launched an app store, allowing Amazon Web Service customers can buy software from top cloud vendors via the AWS Marketplace.

Amazon launches an app store for all your cloud needs wp.me/p1re2-1KYf

— VentureBeat (@VentureBeat) April 19, 2012

Do you know who the most influential people in the world are?

This year’s #TIME100, a list of the most influential people in the world | ti.me/HGywFj

— TIME.com (@TIME) April 19, 2012

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