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We're all seriously bummed about Google Reader shutting down, but it's not the end of the world, and there are a number of great news reading apps and services out there stepping up to replace it with syncing features and easy import tools to keep...
Twitter search has its limits. For one, you can only search back so far, with Twitter making public search results available only for a limited period of time.
Very Interesting for Twitter lovers
Facebook has always been an easy way to accidentally expose yourself to unwanted privacy breaches, however with the new Facebook Graph Search it’s even easier to get stung.
Be aware of facebook privacy issues :)
Wow, cool idea 6 second videos. This could be very cool for business if we can learn to do short, sharp quick shares. Worth a try. Only iOS now, but coming to a phone near you soon. If you can tell viral stories in 6 seconds my hat is off to you and please be sure to share.
Ian McNamara writes: I'd like to ask about technology in schools. Right now, schools are spending a ton of money on Smart Boards.
Learn how to learn is maybe the most important thing :)
Social media is now firmly embedded into the infrastructure of the Internet.
Interesting facts about social media during 2012
A straight-forward guide to getting your Google Analytics set up and running.
Earlier today, we reported that Facebook has started rolling out some new privacy pages that makes it easier for users to setup and manage their privacy
Welcome to the new Mashable. After two weeks of beta testing, we're excited to launch an all-new version of the site that delivers a better experience on every device -- from phones to tablets to desktops and beyond....
[Mashable's launch tag line sends a message to media, PR and every organization: Social, Mobile, Visual ~ Jeff]
Google Reader is still the talk of the hour.
The Twitter-owned blogging and community site, Posterous.com announced last week that it will be closing down and turning off its online and mobile apps on April 30th, and from then on will no longer be available either to view or to edit.
Sad, but twitter get interesting developments and close them, the same happened with sumarize sad :(
Posterous Is Closing Down – Users Advised To Back Up Before April 30th [Updates]
Facebook Graph Search Announcement I've seen a lot of reaction to Facebook's new Graph Search which was announced yesterday, and most of it is negative.
In early January, Facebook began testing free calling over Wi-Fi and cellular data for all Messenger for iPhone users in Canada, and said that a US launch could be coming soon. Apparently, the test...
This is an incredible development if true. Have you used the new free calling feature from Facebook? Please comment below.
It’s fair to say that we, the human race, have embraced social media wholeheartedly. It’s changed how we interact significantly, but it’s possible that
Facebook, a website which is less than a decade old, now has over a billion users. Those users share a lot of information about their lives. Where they live, who they associate with, what they like – and more.
Facebook, is it secure to put all your eggs in one basket? I don't think so. Marketing with a blog is your best option, with sharing TO Facebook.
In what has become an annual tradition for this blog, the time has come to take a look back at the incredible additions that many authors have made to our understanding of social media from ...
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