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Category Archives: Social Media
I haven’t posted here much lately, but many more businesses are using Facebook pages, including some of the authors for my other company, Energion Publications. One problem with Facebook pages is that you can change your identity. You can post … Continue reading →
I’ve been missing TweetDeck on my main office system, which uses Ubuntu Linux, ever since Twitter bought it and eliminated Adobe Air. I was suspicious of the stability of Air, but I liked TweetDeck, and it worked. I’m embarrassed to … Continue reading →
For several days I had a problem logging into my Twitter account. I wondered at first whether I had been banned for some reason, but I couldn’t think of any reason for that. Then I checked that I could see … Continue reading →
No surprise there. Freedom of expression threatens would-be (and actual) tyrants. The Economist has some analysis.
Well, at least HootSuite5 has arrived! I’m pretty happy with the new look and features, though I’ll have to use it for awhile to find out what my complaints are. I always have complaints! In general, however, the new user … Continue reading →
There’s a good article on WebProNews that explains the legal basis for this concept in the United States, which has its foundation in the first amendment. Note that this article applies only to the United States.
They will, according to the New York Times and many other sources. It’s a form of advertising that they’re testing, designed to build revenue. At some point Twitter was going to have to do something like this. It was just … Continue reading →
If you’re using Google Buzz (link is to my profile – I’m trying it) and want to integrate it with your WordPress blog, Mashable has some options. I haven’t implemented any of these, but it does look like integration is … Continue reading →
Then you might want to read this article on MSNBC. I was setting up my Buzz account today and found quite a number of things that I thought would concern some people. As a somewhat public figure, I expose more … Continue reading →
… from Web Worker Daily. Many of these will look obvious to you, but since I started in the Computer BBS world back in the mid 1980s I have noticed that things people take for granted in their daily social … Continue reading →