Thought For The Day: The US has 8 cities with over 1 Million population. China has 180 Every Company Needs a Director of First Impressions Liz Bailey at Monster has a great business card. Mozilla Firefox 3.0 Is the Best Browser For Web — For Now It’s big news when Walt Mossberg says something like this. Making […]
Starbucks offers new flavor: Free Wi-Fi The international offices of all recruiters now have free wireless!!! Take time out – gain perspective. “The further you drift away from the conversation the harder it is to become enthusiastic about the direction it takes and this is the curse of social media: it is addictive in the […]
The Future Of Social Isn’t Content Spewing (I Hope) Arrington gels the arguments in recent conversations about the future of Social Media. In one utopian view it’s “every single human being posting their thoughts and experiences in any number of ways to the Internet.” Arrington says, “The future of social media, I hope, isn’t in more […]
Digging Into Recruitingblogs.com V 1.7 Advanced LinkedIn user abandons service. Twitter: Don’t blame Ruby, blame Scoble In the spirit of LinkedIn being passive aggressive with Recruiters, Twitter joins the fray by blaming its users for its problems. Truth is, power users cause technology to fail while communications companies are inherently technical. Part of the risk in […]
The fbOpen Initiative: Facebook Confirms Plans to Open-Source Its Platform “The immediate effect will be to allow any social network to become Facebook Platform compatible – meaning application developers can easily take their Facebook applications and have them run on those social networks, too.” In other words, expect more annoying distractions everywhere you look. Somewhere […]
Twitter Stats Twitter management demonstrates transparency. The system is buggy for unknown reasons. Here’s a traffic chart. Does Cashback Trump SEO/SEM? Arrington calls it a “go for the throat” move. Building a Better Buzzword Say goodbye
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