Monthly Archives: March 2011

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How to Keep Kids Safe on Social Media

Despite age restrictions on most social media sites, children below the TOS age are finding ways to get on social media sites such as Facebook. The age restrictions are normally under the adult age, so even “legal” use of social media puts young people on

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Understanding the Social Mindset of the Internet

One of the biggest challenges facing businesses today is adjusting to the use of the Internet as a community and conversational tool rather than simply a broadcasting medium. It’s human nature to want to “belong” with other like-minded people. As a result, groups have been

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The Future of Digg

If you’d come up to me just a couple days ago and asked if Digg were going to survive for the long haul, I’d have sadly opined, “No.” After lobbing a few hand grenades in the form of questions at (relatively) new CEO Matt Williams

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Twitter: Changing the Games

If you hadn’t heard, Twitter is a pretty big site. It may not be Facebook in either the number of users or the average time that users spend on it, but those who are passionate about Twitter are ever-attached, always Tweeting, and watching everything that