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Big Data for Customer Loyalty? Don't Forget the Humans

VideoBy Chris Brahm, Aaron Cheris and Lori Sherer Big Data analytics tantalize with the promise of nearly automated customer experience programs. Just tune the latest analytics software to your customer interactions and to social media sites, the pitch goes, and you can track and analyze how customers behave, as well as [...]

Facebook’s Latest Youth Play is a Teens-Only Social Network

Summary: Facebook has yet another piece of software to lure teenagers into thinking its products are more hip than Snapchat. The new iOS app, called Lifestage, is a kind of video diary where you answer biographical questions about yourself. Show More Summary

Moz Dropping Followerwonk & Moz Content, Refocusing on SEO Products by @SouthernSEJ

Software company Moz is dropping its social media and content marketing tools in an effort to “double down” on core SEO products. The post Moz Dropping Followerwonk & Moz Content, Refocusing on SEO Products by @SouthernSEJ appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Employee Advocacy? Lessons from SAS Software [Podcast]

Contributor Jorgen Sundberg recently spoke to Alli Soule of SAS, a global software company, to learn about their approach to employee advocacy and social media.

No software required: How this startup wants to make social simple for businesses

SAN ANTONIO — Buying new technology software often means training employees, installing programs and changing the workflow inside a company, but one San Antonio-based tech startup is taking a different path. Help Social Inc. is a cloud-based...Show More Summary

The Tor Project's social contract: we will not backdoor Tor

last weekHumor / odd : Boing Boing

I first encountered the idea of "social contracts" for software projects in Neal Stephenson's seminal essay In the Beginning Was the Command Line, which endorsed the Debian project on the strength of its social contract: "As far as I know, Debian is the only Linux distribution that has its own constitution." (more…)

Well, That Didn’t Take Long: AdBlock Plus Has a Workaround for Facebook's Restrictions

Two days after Facebook came out with its first major crackdown on ad blocking, popular app AdBlock Plus says the social network's ads can still be wiped out. On Tuesday, Facebook said it was reworking its software that loads ads so blockers can't remove sponsored posts or videos. Show More Summary

Facebook to sidestep ad blocker technology

2 weeks agoTechnology : Tech Talk

Facebook is taking on software that shuts out advertisements. Ad-blocking software removes commercial posts from your page, but the world's biggest social network is making it more difficult for ad blockers to distinguish between ads and user content. NewYorker.com editor and CBS News contributor Nicholas Thompson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the shift.

Adblock Plus says Facebook's decision to block ad blockers is 'anti-user' (FB)

Adblock Plus has reacted to the news that Facebook is going to prevent ad blocking software from working on its desktop site by accusing the social network of becoming "anti-user." Facebook announced Tuesday it was updating its tech to circumvent ad blocking software on its website. Show More Summary

Facebook to Bypass Ad Blockers on Desktop; Updates Ad Preferences

Facebook giveth, and Facebook taketh away: Ad-blocking software will no longer work when accessing the social network via desktop, but improved ad preferences were rolled out.

Facebook is taking a stand against ad blockers (FB)

Facebook is taking a stand against ad blockers. The social network announced on Tuesday that it has tweaked its tech to prevent ad blocking software from working on its desktop site. Ad blockers already don't work in Facebook's app,Show More Summary

Facebook is now bypassing ad blockers on desktop

Facebook is putting its foot down on ad blockers. The social network announced in a blog post on Tuesday that it is now circumventing ad blockers so that desktop users will see ads regardless of whether they have the software installed. SEE...Show More Summary

Falcon.io shows us a new way to look at social media

My intent in sitting down to a demo of Falcon.io was to provide an update to the social media management software I reviewed more than a year ago. There have been significant updates. In fact, so much has changed that I was inspired to consider more than just the product, but to deeply ponder what it is social media can do for real estate companies today...

Facebook Built an Algorithm to Fight Clickbait. Will It Save You the Right Click?

Facebook has a fancy new weapon in its crusade against clickbait, and it works a lot like a spam filter. The social network announced Thursday that it has developed software to identify clickbait headlines by analyzing their text. The...Show More Summary

Facebook doubles down on hardware with shiny new prototyping lab, Area 404

Facebook is opening a 22,000-square-foot hardware labs at its Menlo Park, CA headquarters, in sign of the social network's intention to make hardware as well as software.

'Loving Community': Hello's Creator Reveals New Social Network's Ultimate Goal

The new social networking website “Hello”, developed by Turkish-born software engineer Orkut Buyukkokten, was launched on July 19. The network, available via a mobile application, means to bring people together in the so-called “shared-interest” communities.

How PR Software Giant Cision Innovates on Social [Podcast]

How can a global leader of PR software use social media innovation to cut through the noise?

Managing Millenials Differently: The Future of Time and Billing Software with John Howell of BigTime.net

If you're a professional services firm, there's a new disruption in town that's catching even nimble tech companies flat-footed. It's more transformative than the cloud or mobile or social, and it's already invaded HR. What's on itsShow More Summary

Sprinklr Raises $105 Million to Grow Social Media Management Software

Social media and customer management software company Sprinklr has raised a $105 million funding round at a valuation of over $1.8 billion, the company announced Wednesday morning.

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Software engineer Mezbeen and social activist Farah Usmani were among the scores of women who scripted history on Thursday by stepping inside the prestigious Eidgah of Aishbagh in Lucknow?, an “only for men” venue. Wearing “burqinis,” a modest piece of swimwear used by some Muslim women, to a public pool has now become illegal in […]

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