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John Pearce

MySpace looks to bounce back, while Apple and Google go to war | Technology | guardian.... - 5 views

    * It's been a tough couple of years for MySpace, hit by job losses, falling user numbers and changes at the top. But can anything save the troubled social network - which is still, after all, the world's second largest? I spent several hours with new bosses Jason Hirschhorn and Mike Jones last week, grilling them about their plans to push the site back into the limelight. Want to know what they said?
Anne Bubnic

The Technology Generation Gap at Work is Oh So Wide - 0 views

    Interesting report on comparison of technology usage in the workplace by boomers and Gen Y.
Nelly Cardinale

"Social Media is Here to Stay... Now What?" - 0 views

    danah boyd Microsoft Research Tech Fest, Redmond 26 February 2009 [This is a rough unedited crib of the actual talk] Citation: boyd, danah. 2009. "Social Media is Here to Stay... Now What?" Microsoft Research Tech Fest, Redmond, Washington, February 26.
Fred Delventhal

Digital Biographer™ » One in ten US College Admissions Officers checks social... - 0 views

  • college kids don’t have to worry too much about what material they place on Facebook or MySpace (yet) but they should certainly throw together a profile on a college admissions profile site to boost their chances of admission to their preferred schools
Jeff Johnson

School District Restricts Teacher-Student Online Social Networking - 0 views

    Teachers and students in Lamar County can''t be Internet friends this year after the School Board revamped rules prohibiting them from being friends through online social networks. The Lamar County School Board approved the staff policy against online communication and text messaging between teachers and students at its July 7 meeting.
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