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3 Reasons The Google Plus One Button Is A Game Changer

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3 Reasons The Google Plus One Button Is A Game Changer

4 Comments 27 September 2011

The internet has gone social and Google knows there is no turning back. Hence, they’ve developed the Google Plus network and a three prong solution to head off the oncoming social search revolution. A few years ago social sharing sites were all the rage. Sites like Slashdot, Reddit and Digg grew to prominence thanks to [...]

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How Does Facebook Plan To Maintain Its Social Network Dominance?

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How Does Facebook Plan To Maintain Its Social Network Dominance?

5 Comments 23 September 2011

At the F8 2011 developer conference Facebook made its boldest move yet to secure the second most valuable resource a social network needs to stay relevant. The first thing being actual users and the second you ask, developers. In order to maintain its dominance as the industry leading social network Facebook needs to have the [...]

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Mark Davidson’s Social Media Fail

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Mark Davidson’s Social Media Fail

9 Comments 22 September 2011

When I woke up this morning the first blog I visited was Techcrunch and this is the headline that greeted me, “Someone Please Wake Up @MarkDavidson – One Of His Twitter Ghostwriters Went Rogue“. I’ve been following Mark for some time on Twitter so of course I clicked through to see what was happening. The [...]

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Facebooks Unveils New Design: Twitter Users React Comparing It To Myspace

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Facebooks Unveils New Design: Twitter Users React Comparing It To Myspace

4 Comments 21 September 2011

The current trending topic on Twitter as of this writing is ‘Myspace’. At first glance one might be fooled into think the once popular music social network is making a comeback. Unfortunately, the tweets are actually aimed at Facebook of all things. Facebook users have taken to Twitter to once again complain about the latest [...]

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Fotopedia Launches Drop Dead Gorgeous Photo Magazine

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Fotopedia Launches Drop Dead Gorgeous Photo Magazine

4 Comments 20 September 2011

Fotopedia’s new website and Flipboard app are drop dead gorgeous. Sticking to the minimalist Apple inspired mantra of less is more, Fotopedia has crafted a curated photo magazine that brings beautiful immersive photos right to your fingertips. The team at Fotonauts Inc have partnered with Flipboard to include Fotopedia in the travel section of their [...]

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Google+ Rolls Out New Features: Brings Video Hangouts To Mobile Phones

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Google+ Rolls Out New Features: Brings Video Hangouts To Mobile Phones

2 Comments 20 September 2011

Google Plus is now in public beta, allowing open sign ups for all.  In order to sweeten the pot and win back some of the hype surrounding their launch 3 months ago, Google is rolling out 9 new features. Google+Hangouts has been their stand out feature to date and they are bringing it to the [...]

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Shaker Brings Virtual Hangouts To Facebook

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Shaker Brings Virtual Hangouts To Facebook

4 Comments 14 September 2011

New startup Shaker plans to make group hangouts on Facebook a can’t miss event. When we interact with groups of people online it is usually via a jumbled timeline filled with status updates. Following the conversation of a major event is typically handle via discussion groups or in the case of Twitter hashtags. What makes the hashtag so [...]

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Can Social Media Site @Whatstrending Survive Without The Support of CBS News?

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Can Social Media Site @Whatstrending Survive Without The Support of CBS News?

1 Comment 13 September 2011

Last Friday the Twitter account of @whatstrending sent out an erroneous tweet stating that former Apple CEO Steve Jobs had passed away. Word of his passing quickly spread across the social network, causing panic and confusion. Fortunately for Mr. Jobs it was all false information, he was very much alive and the victim of an uncorroborated [...]

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Are Office Managers Obsolete?

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Are Office Managers Obsolete?

0 Comments 13 September 2011

Are office managers obsolete? Over the weekend I was discussing with my wife how to further expand her private practice. In the course of the conversation she mentioned that her several associates were considering getting an office manager to handle the extra paperwork. After milling over the pros and cons we came to the conclusion [...]

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10 Pros and Cons Of An Electric Vehicle  #VoltDTMW

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10 Pros and Cons Of An Electric Vehicle #VoltDTMW

0 Comments 08 September 2011

Gas prices in Illinois have been hovering around the$4 a gallon range for several months now. Like most people, filling my tank comes with a tinge of personal pain. Anyone who’s experienced this knows that the promise of a future void of a dependence on oil for fuel can’t come soon enough. Every major US [...]

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