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Category Archives: Social Media

Kickstarter Doubles Million Dollar Milestone Celebration

Yesterday, the Champagne bottles were out at Kickstarter’s headquarters in New York. The popular crowd-funding site reached a big milestone twice on the…
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Effort Underway to Replicate Silicon Valley Near Harvard University

Last Friday, inside Harvard University’s Maxwell Dworkin lecture hall, Patrick S. Chung, W. Hugo Van Vuuren, and Harry Weller introduced the Experiment Fund,…
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SOPA and PIPA Disowned By President, Republican Senators, and the Public

On Wednesday, Internet users came together to denounce two bills making their way through the American legislature: the Stop Online Piracy Act and…
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Today Is Dump GoDaddy Day

December 29th is Dump GoDaddy Day. That’s today, so will you be joining in the celebrations? The “holiday” came about at the insistence…
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IBM Uses Social Media to Look at the Future of High Heels

It seems that every news cycle brings with it a trend piece about women’s fashion and what its latest manifestations portend, or reveal,…
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Gmail Inboxes More Social With Mingly Plug-In

Heartening -- and social -- news are coming to your Gmail inboxes. The source of the scoop is Mingly; and it’s actually the…
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President Obama Riding on Tumblr’s Rise: Opens Interactive Campaign Blog

In 2008, President Obama set the standard for the smart application of social media in extreme politicking. It’s now 2012, and Obama continues…
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A New Social Network Hits the Block

This week, the San Francisco startup Nextdoor released what it’s calling “the first private social network for neighborhoods.” The service is free and…
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UCLA Grads’ Janus-Like Social Platform Gains Traction

Jono Lee and Eric Sue -- both recent UCLA grads -- have set their newly created social platform, TwoSides, loose on the Internet…
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Social Media Urges On a New Statistics

The world’s twitter and Facebook output -- along with its googling and cell phone geo data -- is about to be stirred, strewn…
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