Posts Tagged web 2.0


Social Networks: LoveIt Gaining on Pinterest?

Social networks are proliferating at an exponential rate and have been since the onset of “Web 2.0″ several years back. I was an early adapter and joined Friendster very soon after it opened its doors and it’s considered to be one of the oldest social networks going. But I lost interest in that. At the […]

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Posting Social Content in a Timely.is Manner

Timing your tweets and Facebook entries might elicit more response if done just at the right time. This service will do it all for you…

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Google Chrome Notebook and Living in the Cloud

It’s been a few months since Google so nicely sent me a new notebook computer. The CR48 is amazing, and it’s meant to be a netbook, not a heavy-duty workhorse. For that, it’s totally perfect. But I’m finding more and more ways to make it work the way I want it to, which is awesome! […]

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Your Twitter Authority Matters

Wow… I’m stunned. I just read yesterday’s article from Danny Sullivan about the influence of social media, particularly Twitter and Facebook, in Google and Bing.  (What Social Signals Do Google & Bing Really Count?, December 1, 2010) Image via Wikipedia What amazed me most is that Google pays attention to your influence on Twitter! They […]

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Twitter: So You Think It’s Just Fun and Games, eh?

Biz Stone, co-founder of Twitter, says that it’s not a social network. What is it, then, and why should you care?

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Facebook: Gotta LIKE It

I noticed a flurry of activity online today about Facebook’s new change to policy that happened Monday. Apparently, you will no longer be a “fan” of a page. Now, there’s only “like.” And “like” is good. In fact, “like” is important. New “social plugins” were unveiled at Facebook’s F8 Conference in San Francisco.  Bret Taylor […]

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