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Shakeup at Google! Bradley Horowitz reportedly now running Google+

David Besbris, the former head of Google's social network is said to be out.

Herbert & McNally on Just Cause and Social Networking

Bill Herbert (Hunter College) and Alicia McNally (New York State PERB) have just posted on SSRN their article, Just Cause Discipline for Social Networking in the New Gilded Age: Will the Law Look the Other Way?. The abstract: We liv...

Paper focuses on degree centrality in networks

Social networks such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter play an increasingly central role in our lives. Centrality is also an important concept in the theory of social networks. Centrality of an individual, called a "node" in network theory, measures its relative importance within a network. read more

How to Create a Social Celebrity

How to Create a Social Celebrity March 01, 2015 Something I’ve always been fascinated with is the power of celebrities on social networks. Fortune 500 companies have more money to focus on advertising and marketing, but they all pale in comparison to celebrities such as Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, and Justin Bieber.

We Got on Grindr at CPAC

yesterdayNews : Reason

What will you find on the gay social networking and dating app, Grindr, at CPAC? Young gay conservatives ready for their movement o shift on issues that target gays. Reason TV took on a social experiment at the 2015 Conservative Political...Show More Summary

10 of the best new iPhone/iPad apps from February 2015

Despite that February is a short month, there’s been a veritable explosion of new iPhone and iPad apps. In fact, iOS users have been kept super busy trying out everything from social networking and games to some awesome photography and artistic debuts. Here’s 10 of our favorites. Show More Summary

Facebook Privacy: 25 Things The Social Network Knows About You

Facebook has 1.393 billion active monthly members from across the world. And Facebook knows a surprising amount about us – information we willingly volunteer. This isn’t just basic details like name, age, and education: some of these things are very personal. Show More Summary

Arrested Development and the Internet

A courageous broadside at cyber culture, a dose of reality therapy for the Internet, social networks, video gaming, cyber gadgets, and the damage they might do to malleable, developing minds.

Debate Over a Dress Color Gets Three Times More Air Than 'Net Neutrality' Ruling

The latest social media phenomenon to "break the Internet" was more important to the broadcast news networks than the federal decision to regulate the Internet which could cost taxpayers billions of dollars. The Federal Communication Commission (FCC) passed Internet regulations on Feb. Show More Summary

A Fight For Immunity

Every Thursday when I go on Instagram<, I am greeted with a myriad of baby photos captioned with a #tbt. Throwback Thursday, as it is abbreviated, is a time where a social network sharing the world in the present takes a trip to (in most cases) a nostalgic, happy moment in the past. Show More Summary

How Should You Handle Customer Complaints (or Praises) on Social? [Infographic]

As more customers go to social networks with their complaints, it’s important for businesses to be aware of the challenges that come with social customer service. An infographic from Ohio University highlights the most common scenarios...Show More Summary

Convert Social Media Leads into Sales for Your Personal Brand

In the era of online networking it is important to make meaningful connections to make your personal brand stand out. In order to attract new leads you need to be an active user on one the most powerful social networks, LinkedIn. How...Show More Summary

Facebook adds “fill in the blank” gender option for users

Facebook Inc had already expanded the gender options on its social network to 58 different choices, and now it has expanded that number even further by adding a “fill in the blank” option that allows users to input whatever they want. … Continue reading ?

Sam DeBord: ‘If you try to leverage influence too much, you’ll diminish it’

"I don't attempt to unilaterally leverage my social network," says the Coldwell Banker Danforth broker, "but I am trying to build a network of individuals who would be willing to support me."...

How to Use LinkedIn for Business Development

How to Use LinkedIn for Business Development February 27, 2015 LinkedIn is the primary social network for professional services firms – it’s where you future clients are sharing relevant information and discussing industry trends. By...Show More Summary

Facebook now allows custom gender options

Facebook now allows its users to enter any term they want to describe their gender, and also indicate how they’d like to be addressed. The social network previously offered a list of gender identities to choose from, but now allows users to add their own preferred terms. Show More Summary

What Color Is This Dress - White & Gold Or Blue & Black?

This dress — which originated on tumblr — is causing the greatest debate on Twitter right now! What color is this dress? The colors are debated all across social network right now on what color scheme it actually is. Many are saying White and Gold, while others are insisting on Blue and Black. What do [...]

Facebook Shares Its Design Secrets in the Apple App Store

Facebook is releasing a new iPhone app through the Apple App Store, but it’s not for everyone. It’s for the world’s software designers. This morning, the social networking giant unloaded an app-ified version of Origami, the primary design...Show More Summary

"Beyond the org chart: live data & social networks are new tools to visualize work..."

“ Beyond the org chart: live data & social networks are new tools to visualize work via @gigaomresearch & @stoweboyd — Ken Andersen (@WhyMrAndersen) February 24, 2015 ”

Should Open Source Intelligence Be Used For Policy Making?

3 days agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Last summer, we wrote about the rise of open journalism, whereby people take publicly-available information, typically on social networks, to extract important details that other, more official sources either overlook or try to hide....Show More Summary

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