Tag Archives: social networking

Social Networking is Tough

February 3, 2012


Remember the good old days when all you had to do was type 140 characters or less? Ah, simplicity. Social networking has become such a chore. I think the social networking gurus such as Facebook, Google+ and the others have gotten a bit too big for their britches. They seem to change things, create *new* […]

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MyCube: Private Social Networking

June 10, 2011

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I wondered when I’d start seeing something like this: a social network that is a closed loop, so to speak. In case you didn’t know, social networking (Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, even blogging to a certain degree) is VERY social. I mean, everything you say is open to the public. Oh sure, sure, Twitter and Facebook […]

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A Review of Seesmic Twitter Desktop App

February 9, 2011

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I’m a little surprised how few choices exist for desktop Twitter applications. Seriously. Twitter is wildly popular, yet the only *big* desktop apps I am aware of is TweetDeck and Seesmic. That’s it?! Unless I’m missing something. HootSuite doesn’t even HAVE a desktop app, just a browser app. Someone correct me if I am wrong, […]

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Building a Business Social Networking Team

January 27, 2011

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Perhaps your eyes crossed at the term “business social networking.” Business is business and social is social, no? Well, yes and no. There’s a new movement in the business world (small and large business!): it’s social networking FOR the business. Every good business person realizes that a business is not efficient nor consumer-friendly when it […]

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Finding Help Online

July 2, 2009


This post isn’t about finding help online– it’s about finding help online! haha! I’m not talking about finding technical help online, but emotional and mental support online– the ability of online communities to enrich our lives and help us overcome problems and obstacles. Social networking is hot right now (I do a lot of it […]

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