The Curator News Feed: April 11, 2014

So, anyone getting social this weekend? Either way, here's a wrap-up of our favorite links of late ranging from (our client) Whole Foods Market taking over the country to selfie-taking mirrors, and everything in between. Cheers! Boom. Selfie'd.

Frank Underwood Welcomes 'Game Of Thrones' In A Surprising Way, Huffington Post. This is how you ride the wave of another brand's excitement and win Twitter all in one fell swoop. -- Matthew

The Heartbleed Hit List: The Passwords You Need to Change Right Now, Mashable. An encryption flaw called the Heartbleed bug is already being called one of the biggest security threats the Internet has ever seen. Time to change your passwords if you haven't already, and check out this handy checklist Mashable created while you're at it. They recommend changing your Facebook, Twitter, Instagram passwords plus some others to be safe, but the good news is all the sites it lists that you don't need to be worried about (I still changed all my most important ones anyway, though). -- Megan

Whole Foods takes over America, CNN Money. This explains why we are so proud to represent Whole Foods Market. -- Scott

This Clever Newspaper Ad Hides a 3D Kitchen in the Classifieds, Gizmodo. The coolest classifieds ad ever. -- Megan

This Mirror Will Take Your Selfies For You, Business Insider. Just in case your selfies haven't been quite up to par, there's now a solution for that! This mirror will actually snap that selfie for you. Okay, so the world's problems are far from being solved, but interesting technology centered around this growing trend nonetheless. -- Annie

PR is 80% More Effective Than Content Marketing, Business 2 Community. According to Nielsen, PR is 80% more effective than content marketing. Check out the reasons why here. -- Noelle