Do Facebook and Twitter kill the blog? No, they just change it!
Looking for a cure to stop those social media data loss nightmares? SocialSafe might come in handy: the Adobe Air program grabs your photos, friends list and wall and it even keeps track of all the changes in your contact list.
Thanks to Bob Kings Comment Ratings plugin, all datadirt readers can now like or dislike any comment: just use the new thumbs-up / thumbs-down icons – should be pretty self-explanatory.
Thomas W. Malone, founding director of MIT’s Center for Collective Intelligence, talks about his research, the impact of the internet on global communication and our changing notion of privacy.
Many Facebook users are afraid of sharing information with people they don’t know without even realizing it. This tools might come in handy.
formspring is the name of the latest q+a game in social media: think twitter, but without the 140-char-limit. formspring.me is all about qeustions and answers and everybody just seems to love it, so I put together a background template for your branding pleasure.
Much ado about facebook, plenty of twitter clients reviewed: it’s been a busy week in social media land – again!
Facebook will soon allow unique nicknames for personal profile and page URLs – and in this case, the early bird does catch the worm.
From gender differences to sudden twitter deaths the last week was a joyride of emotions – blogging business as usual.
Twitter is experiencing security issues, the blogosphere finally gets to know the 3 rules of the internet and the new year inevitably takes its course – welcome to the second weekly round-up of 2009.
Everybody is going social these days – Google and Facebook launch new services which make a success of OpenID even more unlikely.
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