Category Archive for: ‘Social Networks’

Networking Is Supposed To Be Social

As we all know, social networking has taken the world by storm. It has literally gotten to the point that people may even question the credibility of your company if it can’t be found on at least the biggest networking sites, such as Facebook and Twitter. “Facebook has surpassed Google in use by small businesses as a tool for marketing …

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Are You Nuts Facebook?

As most of you already know, Facebook rolled out another facelift last Friday. The most notable changes are the new tabs so that you are able to choose between the live feed which shows more than you ever wanted to know about your friends, or the news feed which lets Facebook decide what you want to see, with no happy …

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Video Business Cards

Some tech geeks might appreciate iSendOut’s newest effort – the video business card, which allows consumers to create video business cards to send out over the internet for no charge. With just a webcam, camcorder, or uploaded video, you can create your own video business card. iSendOut touts that: “The list of uses for the Video Business Card are quite …

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MySpace’s “MyPurchase” Has Artists Worried

MySpace is currently developing a new digital download store for music which will be called “Mypurchase”. Visitors to the site will be able to purchase music offered by bands, and will be able to play the downloaded songs on such devices as the iPod, Zune, and others. MySpace is partnering with SnoCap, an online music distribution service, to add the …

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Automated Script Finds Sex Offenders on MySpace

Kevin Poulsen, current Wired editor and former hacker, explains in a recent Wired article how using 1000 lines of code over several Perl scripts he was able to find an astonishing 744 sex offenders on MySpace. 497 MySpace users are found to have committed sex crimes against children, and six of these are considered to be repeat offenders. At least …

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