Much ado about facebook, plenty of twitter clients reviewed: it’s been a busy week in social media land – again!
Welcome to the weekly blog round-up – a lot has happened during the last seven days. Everybody was talking about Google Wave, and Loic Le Meur announced that Seesmic will soon release a browser-based version of their client.
The last week was as all about Google Wave: will the new Open Source app revolutionize the way we communicate online? Read last week’s breaking news on datadirt’s weekly round-up of the blogosphere.
From gender differences to sudden twitter deaths the last week was a joyride of emotions – blogging business as usual.
There’s always hope – despite the economic crisis, there are plenty of opportunities for creative entrepreneurs; you don’t necessarily have to ty and sell your Digg account, like one desperate webdesigner did.
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.
Looking back on the old year while looking forward to the new one brings us to which spot exactly? Right, the present times.
Monty Python launches their own Youtube channel, Facebook is trying to bring some customers to its marketplace and Seth is reminding bloggers of the fact that trust is vital to any sustainable relationship.
MTV bleeps out the names of file trading networks in funny songs, Burda media doesn’t know how to monetize the web. Welcome to datadirt’s first weekly Blogistan round-up!
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