Tag: Facebook

The Layman’s Guide to Social Networking

2009 might technically be the Year of the Ox (at least according to the Chinese calendar), but in all actuality, it was the Year of the Social Network. Over the past 11 months, the three most popular social networks (here in the States) – Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter – have all risen to meteoric heights.

Be (more) proactive in managing your online identity

In today’s hyper-connected world, keeping tabs on your online identity is becoming increasingly important. Although there isn’t much you can do to stop others from saying what they will, you can be (more) proactive in how you represent yourself to the greater interwebs community @ large with a few simple steps.
First of all, it’s …

Keeping tabs on President 2.0

With just about 2 months left until President-elect Barack Obama gets sworn in as the 44th President of the USA, there is no shortage of Barack-news.  If you are looking for a quick and easy way (or alt. to previously mentioned iApp Obama ’08) to keep tabs on our technology-centric President-to-be, check out ObamaFox – …

Fb goes cloud w/ Facebook Connect

Facebook CEO M.Z. announced Fb’s new platform today:
Facebook Connect is our version of Facebook for the rest of the Web.
In other words, Fb is going to open its network and wealth of data (w/user permission) to partnering sites across the interwebs.
With Internet access becoming ever more prevalent, Facebook is angling to take on fellow cloud …