Posts Tagged ‘myspace’

Google+

Thursday, August 4th, 2011

I’m not really a fan of Facebook, or even Myspace (Does that still exist?) but recently converting to Google+ I’ve found it to be pretty cool. So far the interface could use work, features added, and security options expanded, but the great thing about its early development is that we Google+ users get to see the interface in its infancy, and knock the tires on it. Much like was done on Gmail. The only thing keeping Google+ from being used instead of Facebook for social media is that it’s by invite only still, and some users just don’t want to convert over. I guess that is the same situation as with Myspace users to Facebook, but eventually I think Google+ will be pretty competitive with Facebook for the social media market.

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A Website for the Rest of Us

Friday, May 7th, 2010

Not a web savvy interactive designer? Not everyone has the time, skill, and patience to create and maintain their own personal website. Enter the ‘Personal Landing Page’ a.k.a. online business card. These sites are designed to help even the technically deficient user create a simple, informative online information booth for the public. (more…)

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Social Networking – A Private Playground?

Thursday, November 19th, 2009

Today, just about everyone is on at least one of the social domination networking sites like Facebook, Myspace, Linkedin, Twitter, etc. I would guess that 90% of the people I know post their daily activities on Facebook or Twitter for everyone to see. A friend of mine who has no TV or computer, is on Facebook. (more…)

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Secure Social Society?

Friday, November 6th, 2009

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In the world of social networking, security is essential. You wouldn’t want your identity compromised would you? Perhaps a major news outlet’s Facebook account is compromised; this can be detrimental and extremely embarrassing for the entity. We can all imagine the outcome of such an event. But what about the average person? (more…)

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Does Social Networking = More Business?

Friday, May 1st, 2009

I’ve thought long a hard about this and by far the most difficult concept I’ve grappled with lately is how social networking = more sales. Can we really tweet our way to success and does Facebook really matter? Personally I feel the answer is yes, no and maybe. Let me explain.. (more…)

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