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David Letterman’s Top 10 signs you are obsessed with facebook

July 23, 2010


10. You created a profile for your kitty.                                                                                    9. If someone rejects your friend request, you show up at their house and tearfully demand to know why. 8. You have been diagnosed with something called “Facebook ass.” 7. If you don’t update your page for 10 minutes, friends assume you died. 6. Named your daughter […]

Are social networks ready for prime time?

June 22, 2010


Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and other social networks have become places where we meet, engage, share, inform and even become enlightened. However, in order for these social networks to truly make it into prime time, they must do better. In television terms, prime time refers to blocks of TV programming occurring in the middle of the evening […]

Worlds colliding – the social media version

March 17, 2010


    My worlds are colliding…sound familiar? Facebook was originally intended to connect class mates. Suddenly it grew. Connections expanded beyond school to friends, family, coworkers, former coworkers, and even acquaintances. As in the case of George on Seinfeld (see video), is it all blowing up? As relationships have moved into social media, I often hear […]

Internet News You Can’t Use

February 26, 2010


Facebook passing the 400 million user mark, Twitter reaching 50 million tweets per day, and YouTube viewers watching 1 billion videos per day are awesome to say the least. Jesse Thomas created a video with data from multiple sources highlighting some remarkable figures and visually depicts the Internet as we know it today. It’s a cool video and perspective […]