My friend, David Mejías, pretty much says it all — in 132 characters.
One of the media companies that needs to do this ASAP is the The New York Times. No, NYT, I don’t want to just “recommend” a story, that appears as a line in my FB status timeline. I’d like to post the story — myself. That means doing a cut and paste of the story URL into my FB wall.
But if I do that, look at the ugly placeholder art that runs alongside the post:
When instead it should grab the photo that appeared with the story online:
The smartest FB users are tech-savvy and don’t want to post items that look unsophisticated or unattractive.