1 notorious politician + 1 socially unacceptable action + video camera
Here are two of this week’s examples:
and this one
This was my first thought after reading this Mashable blog post. We may be about to find out. Check out RootMusic. According to their website “Finally Facebook had real bandpages.
One of Facebook’s faults is the non-ability to share music. RootMusic bridges that gap, in a way that is better than
The media’s new favorite word? Sexting. Over the weekend, I saw 5 news stories that had something to do with the general message ‘Sexting is Bad.’
Whether you do or you don’t agree; this “Give it a Ponder” video is worth checking out.
Who loves James Lipton?
The Federal Trade Commission has implemented new guidelines that require full disclosure from bloggers in regard to any product they review that was received for free. These guidelines are a web 2.0 enhancement of their 30 year old rules for the use of testimonials in advertising. The guidelines address an issue some
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
Those of you who regularly read my posts (are there any of you?) would know that I am an NPR junkie. This morning I heard a great piece on the prevalence of young blacks and latinos using mobile devices. When I went online to hear it again (I said junkie), I
Last week brought the “announcements” that the Providence Journal thinking about possibly monetizing it’s content and that Twitter is probably going to offer a paid business account soonish that would offer analytics. A sign of the economic times or a factor of inevitability…
In an interview Jonathan Fildes for BBC News,