Nearly 30 percent of Americans get their news from social media, according to a recent survey from Schools.com, which found that, among them, 59.5 percent of respondents get their news from Facebook, compared with 19.9 percent from Twitter, 12.7...
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Mark Zuckerberg spoke to me last night as I jogged through Central Park. He had parted the water in the pond perfectly, in five unique circles, and was cleverly allocating brightly colored fish to each circle. During this close encounter, he telepathically shared with me four stern warnings for marketers, as he was fearful of appearing to share publicly, given his latest run-in with GQ.
Ebby Amirebrahimi, Software Engineer at Google, revealed in a Google+ status update that disabling comments and locking posts can now be done before you actually share your post to your Google+ stream. This feature comes in response to popular user feedback, reassuring the G+ community that the platform does, indeed, have its privacy and best interest in mind.
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The search giant's Google+ product VP unveils changes designed to help users irked by the requirement that use only their real names in their profiles. Read this blog post by Lance Whitney on Digital Media.
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