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danah boyd :: social media researcher :: microsoft research new england :: fellow, berk... - 2 views

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    danah boyd's publications (booklength, short & long papers, etc.): http://www.danah.org/papers/
avivajazz  jazzaviva

mamamusings ::: technology, academia, family, tangential topics - 0 views

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    mamamusings: elizabeth lane lawley's thoughts on technology, academia, family, and tangential topics
avivajazz  jazzaviva

How Journalism School Taught Me To Be a Better Blogger | Social Media Today - 0 views

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    I went to journalism school, which just might make me a "better" blogger. Here's why I think so.
avivajazz  jazzaviva

twitterfeed.com : feed your blog to twitter - 0 views

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    Here's how to get your blog (or any other RSS or Atom feed) sent to popular microblogging platforms: # Decide which network(s) you want to post to twitterfeed can post directly to twitter, identi.ca, custom laconica installations, and via HelloTxt or Ping.fm, simultaneously to the many platforms supported by these services. # Login to twitterfeed using your OpenID OpenID is a standard for providing single sign on between web sites You can register your own OpenID for free, or may even be able to use your existing blog ID [more]. Tell us the URL for your blog's RSS feed, and how often we should post on your behalf
avivajazz  jazzaviva

538 Twitter Users that Blog - 2 views

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    If you're looking to connect with other bloggers on Twitter then this is the place to be because below are over 500 of them who each submitted their twitter profiles in the first ever ProBlogger Social Media Love-In.
avivajazz  jazzaviva

Windows Live Writer | Tips and Tweaks for a Great Blogging Tool - 1 views

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    Works with WordPress, Blogger, MovableType, and lots of other blog platforms. It takes the HTML and grunt work out of drafting, editing, and posting your work. And it supports plug-ins that empower it to grab photos from Flickr, start writing from Firefox, and do much more.
avivajazz  jazzaviva

Social Media is Here to Stay... Now What? | Microsoft Research Tech Fest 2009 | danah boyd - 3 views

  • Adults are crafting them to show-off to people from the past and connect the dots between different audiences as a way of coping with the awkwardness of collapsed contexts.
    • Jill Walker Rettberg
       
      Interesting idea as to why adults do the 25 things thing on Facebook. I'm not sure about the "show off" (at least not in the ones I've seen) but certainly the connect-the-dots things seems to be happening.
  • Too bad that most of the templates that they are given are much more corporate in nature.
  • (de)locatability
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  • Collapsed Contexts
  • Blurring of Public and Private
J. D. Ebberly

10 Firefox Add-Ons for Bloggers | Traffikd - 1 views

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    Today I'm going to feature 10 Firefox add-ons that can help bloggers in a variety of ways. Some will help with productivity, some with finding and posting content, and some with SEO.
J. D. Ebberly

Louisgray.com: The Future of Social Media Is Mobile, Unified and Transparent - 0 views

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    Louis Gray discusses the future of social media.
Alex Sysoef

Russian Bloggers Are As Powerful As Russian Hackers | Profy | Internet news and commentary - 0 views

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    Since both the blogosphere and the traditional media is abuzz today with the news about a cyberattack against Georgian official websites presumably organized by Russia (and I have already claimed that I believe the Russian hackers really did not need any special request to get started with the DDoS attack), I thought I'd mention another aspect of the situation that is remotely related to this one and proves my point again
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    bloggers power
Michael Marlatt

The Viral Garden's Top 25 Marketing & Social Media Blogs. Ahh,..finally, something tang... - 0 views

  • The Viral Garden's Top 25 Marketing & Social Media Blogs - Week 112 Wednesday, July 02, 2008
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    Need to figure out which blog to read, or, maybe who you should follow on Twitter, Plurk, cyber-space? This should help (some). :-)
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