This is turning out to be a daily question we are asked. This post from @stevethornton should help demystify and answer the question. Remember there is no one size fits all solution.
Scoops Here. According to a team of Swiss and Austrailian social scientists, I am an alleged egosurfer…but unlike most who will not admit it, I plead guilty, but with probable cause. Just like in this post by TIME online, I just want to know what’s out there on me. Not
Well, as of late Twitter and Yahoo have had their share of security issues. According to CNET News, a security hole in OAuth, the open-source protocol that acts as a “valet key” for users’ log-in information, has led Twitter and Yahoo to temporarily pull their support. Due to online security
Ah, the uproar of social media – even the slightest change to a network will cause huge commotion! We all remember Facebook’s attempt to change its privacy rules. Facebook users came back with a gabillion (is that a word?) negative responses to this change. Today’s victim? LinkedIn. They actually went
Kristin Here, and yes I can relate The Boston Marathon to social media. Today, over 26,000 hit the pavement to do an overwhelming 26.2 miles. To get all the updates you can see it on Twitter sponsored by WBZ @bostonmarathon.
That is not even the best part, you can go to
Scoops Kristin Here-For most people who are on Facebook religiously, they seem to think that they know everything about the site and its capabilities. If you are one of them, check and see if you know about the tools below:
For Power User Eyes Only
So are you a Power User yet?
Obsessed and enamored with the technology, this individual is always adopting the latest social technologies. This individual is fickle with tools, won’t establish loyalty to websites, may move when they see colonists adopt the tool.
Example: Often experimenting with products in their beta stage, this person will quickly move on to