Plumbworld have a huge online presence and are constantly looking for new ways to interact with people online. Every now and then they stumble upon a true gem; this time, that happens to be a new online fad - Pinterest.
Like Tumblr and Pinterest before it, the popular online photo-sharing service is banning content that encourages eating disorders, self-mutilation, or suicide. Read this blog post by Edward Moyer on Internet & Media.
An interesting post to read. In the Guardian, Brin said he and co-founder Larry Page would not have been able to create Google if the internet was dominated by Facebook. While Google was a great company in the 90's they never understood that our society is massively changing. It isn't Social Media and its tools that change the world – it is our society that rapidly moves to more democracy, expressing their opinion publicly, grow to much more individualism and autonomy and therefor embrace Social Media to fulfill their interests.
..When you’re passionate about something, can the Facebook timeline be a good representation of your digital self? Its design and features certainly hint so but at Scoop.it, we felt it would only work if you could find a way to smoothly mix your ...
As many of you know, Twylah transforms your tweets into an awesome looking website that organizes and brands your tweets. What many of you may not know is how to optimize your Twylah pages to get the most out of your Twylah experience.
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Facebook has taken a leaf out of MySpace's book. Now, on every musician's Facebook page there's a "Listen" button, that immediately takes you to their music in your streaming app of choice—Spotify, Mog, Rdio, or one of a few others.
Unless you live under a rock, you've already heard something about Pinterest, the remarkable social community built around virtual bulletin boards of photos, videos, and content that members find online.
"Scoop.it allows us to keep a visual collection of the stories that hold our interest. You might compare it to Pinterest in some ways but for me, it’s so much more. You get to shine the spotlight on your favorite images but more importantly – you can gather snippets of information in an organized collection based on your topic of interests. Curating a topic helps build your authority and helps keep you focused. There are some added benefits that you’ll learn more about in this post (and in the video)"