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:: Top Twitter Abbreviations You Need to Know ::

:: Top Twitter Abbreviations You Need to Know :: | Information Economy | Scoop.it
by Bliss Hanlin, a Community Manager for eModeration Twitter abbreviations and acronyms are an odd mash-up of text slang, old school chat room phrases, common sense short forms and corporate buzzwords.  There is nothing more terrible than parsing ...

 

Read more, a MUST when Tweeting:

http://socialmediatoday.com/node/512987

 


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Jodi Lynn's curator insight, December 13, 2012 1:54 PM

This is great not just for Twitter, but also Facebook and plain texting.

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:: Social Networking for Kids >>> Yoursphere ::

:: Social Networking for Kids >>> Yoursphere :: | Information Economy | Scoop.it
Social Networking for Kids - Yoursphere is a safe kids only social networking site. The site is free and is exclusively for children and young people through age 18.

 

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http://yoursphere.com/

 


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:: Browser plug-in and website warn about data harvesting by Facebook apps ::

:: Browser plug-in and website warn about data harvesting by Facebook apps :: | Information Economy | Scoop.it
Secure.me has launched a website and a browser plug-in designed to make Facebook users aware of the personal information that gets harvested by third-party applications.

 

Privacy matters!

 

The App Advisor Security Network website has profiles on more than 500,000 third-party Facebook applications that describe the user data they collect, what actions they can take and whether they are considered unsafe. The application profiles also display user ratings.

 

Meanwhile, the App Advisor browser extension, which works with Safari, Firefox and Chrome, gets activated when users visit either application sites or call up an application's page in the Facebook App Center.

 

In those instances, the browser extension displays a pop-up alert that informs users of the reputation level of the application and gives them the option to call up more detailed information.

 

Read more:

http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9230818/Browser_plug_in_and_website_warn_about_data_harvesting_by_Facebook_apps

 


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