1. Why Digg is going big on video: The modern Digg is a different beast than the Digg that was once the toast of Silicon Valley. Read more here.

2. The CEO of Snapchat met with Saudi Arabia’s Prince Alwaleed amid funding rumors: As funding rumors swell, news broke today that Snapchat chief Evan Spiegel met with Saudi Arabian Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal this month. Read more here.

3. Inspiring and illuminating tweets celebrating International Women’s Day: International Women’s Day, held every year on March 8, is a time for remembrance, awareness and action. Read more here.

4. Study finds ISIS supporters may be operating 46,000 Twitter accounts: A study released this week by the Brookings Institute attempts to quantify ISIS’s social media influence, The New York Times reports. The study, The ISIS Twitter Census, compiled data from September to December last year to determine the number of accounts run by Islamic State supporters. It is the first public attempt to measure the reach of ISIS on social media. Read more here.

5. AdWords On-The-Go With New Android App: This week, Google launched an AdWords app for Android users. The app is now available for download globally on the Google Play Store. Read more here.

6. Whatever Happened to Facebook’s Anonymous Login? There are many things that come to mind when you hear the word “Facebook” — anonymity likely isn’t one of them. Read more here.

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