Tag Archives: facebook

Google’s latest shiny new toy- Google+

This morning, I received an invite into Google latest attempt to slow down Facebook – Google+.  It’s a service that has been receiving its fair share of initial praise from the technorati, probably because Google has implemented Google+ with what we’ve come to know as basic social networking conventions. Things like a newsfeed, profiles with [...]

Are High School and College Students Leaving Facebook for Email?

There’s a very interesting analysis about Facebook users reported by Marshall Kirkpatrick on Read Write Web: Just when all the grown ups started figuring out Facebook, college and high school users have declined in absolute number by 20% and 15% respectively in a mere six months, according to estimates Facebook provides to advertisers that were [...]

Surfing Material

Here’s a few items I’ve found on the web this past week that I thought you should check out. Tim O’Reilly on Why I Love Twitter – Great post from a great thinker on the web and emerging media The Beginners Guide to Promoting Your Blog by Jason Falls – if you’re new to blogging [...]

Facebook’s Killer Feature

Telling you it’s someone’s birthday.  It’s the best reason to login to Facebook on a regular basis.  If only my entire family were on Facebook.  I wouldn’t miss a nephew or uncle’s birthday ever again.

First Friday

Data Portability…you are so needed.  There’s simply no way I can comfortably manage to keep my network of online friends and colleagues sufficiently sync’d between Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Brightkite, and Friendfeed.  Let alone niche places like Mog and Upcoming.  But that’s what I want.  It’s what most of us want.  I want to add a [...]