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Roger and Mike's Hypernet Blog • Technology Waves and Valuations: Are We in a Social Networking Bubble? • Technology Waves and Valuations: Are We in a Social Networking Bubble?

Roger and Mike's Hypernet Blog • Technology Waves and Valuations: Are We in a Social Networking Bubble? • Technology Waves and Valuations: Are We in a Social Networking Bubble? | Best Practices of social media | Scoop.it
Technology Waves and Valuations: Are We in a Social Networking Bubble? Note: This topic is partly related to the Hypernet but also related to where we are in the Social Networking cycle. It’s an...

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LinkedIn: How it Can Be Used for Innovation Efforts?

LinkedIn: How it Can Be Used for Innovation Efforts? | Best Practices of social media | Scoop.it

This is the second post in a series looking into how you can use the four leading social media tools – Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and YouTube – to advance your innovation agenda.

 

The use of social media to promote and market the outcomes of innovation (products and services) is widespread. This is not the focus of these descriptions and instead focuses on how corporate innovation units can use social media in their efforts to create these products and services.


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Teenagers Use Technology For A Better Sense Of Belonging And Identity - RedOrbit

Teenagers Use Technology For A Better Sense Of Belonging And Identity - RedOrbit | Best Practices of social media | Scoop.it

Experts have looked into whether the digital age is altering a teenager’s social development, and reported their findings in the Journal of Adolescence.

In a new study from the University of Washington, researchers show that digital media is helping teens reach developmental milestones, like gaining a sense of belonging and sharing personal problems.

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