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Tag Archives: Social Media

Suspicious Risqué Activity Found on Linked-In

A recent update to Linked-In’s policies added the clause to the things not to do as “Even if it is legal where you…
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It’s On! Photo Contest at Wiki Commons

This September, watch out for the Wiki Loves Monuments USA photo contest. Admit it, you love the Wiki project. It’s given us Wikipedia,…
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Ads to Connect Social, Television, and Hand-Helds

Advertisers are envisioning a new future for advertising, and B. Bonin Bough is hoping to be one of the shapers of what lies…
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Less Young People Driving, Social Media Blamed

This just in from the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute: teens lose interest in driving the more they use social media and…
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Global Festival 2012 Takes New Angle on Charity and Social Media

Organizers for a charity concert against extreme world poverty have come up with a novel way of harnessing social media. That charity concert…
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Small Social Networks on the Rise

There’s no doubt in anyone’s mind that when it comes to social networks, gargantuan Facebook reigns supreme. However, after eight years of unprecedented…
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Social Media Efforts Improve Grammy Awards’ Ratings

Today, the producers behind the Grammy Awards show are congratulating themselves and toasting the 40 million TV viewers that tuned in Sunday night…
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New Search Tool Out as Social Web Tells Google: “Don’t Be Evil”

Download the “bookmarklet” released today by an ad-hoc group of engineers from Facebook, Twitter, and Myspace, and you might get better search results…
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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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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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