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American Idol and Social Media

Things are looking up after last night’s episode of American Idol. The talent is slowly starting to shine through. Viewers voted and four contestants were sent packing. John Park, Jermaine Sellers, Michelle Delamor, and Harley Vaughn were eliminated from the competition.

So what does American Idol and social media have to do

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The Time is Now.

One of the top ten trends for 2010 is real-time web and it is expected to get even bigger and more essential to our online experience. It is being used in social networking, search, and news sites. It is the exploding number of live social activities online, from tweets to

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Facebook Taps Yahoo

Scoops Here.

With Facebook reaching 350 million users, their Connect platform has now been competing in potable identity moving beyond the best of them i.e.  Google, Twitter and MySpace.

Facebook  is getting a massive new partner for its Connect platform: Yahoo. Being the #2 search engine, this is not a bad gig. Yahoo announced today that it will be

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Facebook updates privacy settings

If you logged into your Facebook account today, you saw a letter from Mark Zuckerberg. Most of you probably clicked “close,” went on with your Farmville-ing and missed the 3 major announcements. So I will update you.

1. Facebook has surpassed 350 million users

2. Facebook with be doing away with regional

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Back to School—Part Deux

Adam Here–Class of 96!

I guess I was so good the first time a sequel was bound to happen. I envisioned my return as more The Godfather: Part II, rather than Dumb and Dumberer or Revenge of the Nerds II: Nerds In Paradise….and I think it was a success.

I was invited

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Facebook you tricked me, again

Now I have the live feed back, but when I logged into FB this afternoon I saw newsfeeds from yesterday. I was just about to start slamming my keyboard and mouse around, cursing the social network for not working when I needed (wanted)  it to and realized that Facebook was

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