This week’s blogging roundup, featuring posts on the blogs and the mini-blogs:
- Did you know that email “Unique open rates averaged 21.7% from 8pm to 11:59pm and 17.6% for 12am to 4am. Moreover, this late night group was more likely to click through, with open rates of 4.2% and 3.2%” (via When to send your email on Going Social Houston)
- I take a brief look at Pinterest Contest Guidelines, with a link to a great post on Lipsticking detailing what the changes are (on Going Social Houston).
- I posted A quick DVD Review: Fast & Furious 6 (on Hispanic Houston) where I basically stated that it’s fun to watch, but you need to turn your brain off.
- I finally wrapped up my Turducken series (on Hispanic Houston) with The post-Turducken report. It’s been decided that I may have to cook this again.
- Check out this year’s Pura Belpré Award Winners via Award-winning Latino children’s books: Pura Belpré (on Hispanic Houston).
- Special thanks to the Museum of Fine Arts Houston for providing Images from MFAH Exhibit “Antonio Berni: Juanito and Ramona” (on Hispanic Houston).
- Hugo Ortega’s “Caracol” is now open, providing Houston with a new seafood restaurant specializing in Mexican Coastal Cuisine (posted on Hispanic Houston).
- I shared the Wellington Library Book Domino (video) in LibraryPR.
- In Audio Pick: Houston Matters spotlights El Gato Media Network, I share the radio interview Ray Ruiz did with Houston Public Media’s Houston Matters (via Hispanic Houston).
- I spotlight Houstonia’s great education series in The competition for Houston’s Best Prep Schools (via Not Just for Teachers).
- In a not-so-quick review, I take a look at TV’s Major Crimes in the post In “Major Crimes” Latinos are cops AND robbers (via Hispanic Houston).
See why I stopped fighting the “blogger” label?
Some of these are just a quick note and a link to a resource, some of them are longer posts with my own research included, but they’re all (to an extent) my posts.