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Skitch, the photo Social Network?

When it comes to Social Networking and more specifically micro-blogging, it’s like every seat in the house has been taken. What with Pownce, Jaiku and Twitter buying up all of the private boxes, while everyone else is left to scrounge around in cheap seats. But if a picture says a thousand words, maybe the best […]

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Blogging Business Communication Internet Social Media & Social Networking

Tumblr for businesses?

There’s an angle in there somewhere. There’s a business case to be made for Tumblr, so long as there’s not a precious attitude about the borrowed domain. While out on a belated seasonal combined office party earlier this year, the conversation brushed against business ‘blogging for a moment, and what are the advantages to businesses […]

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Blogging Personal Social Media & Social Networking

Wayne’s weekly wrap-up: where to find me…

By way of some self-indulgent, self-promotional content-free posting this Sunday, here’s a list of all of the places you can expect to find me skulking & lurking on that interweb thing I keep hearing a lot about. StumbleUpon Pownce Twitter del.icio.us Last.fm Flickr Clipmarks Ecademy LinkedIn Technorati MyBlogLog Digg Ma.gnolia 43 Things Explode! Flagr Also, […]

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Apple Internet Software & Hardware

Web browsers on the Mac

Changing from one web browser to another can be a huge wrench. This I know, I keep doing it over and over again. Like the zen surfer, traipsing around the globe in search of that perfect wave, I’m a surfer of another kind, in search of the perfect browser. For a long time, I used […]

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Microsoft Reporter not diggin’ Digg

It’s a brave man that takes on Digg. Microsoft might not be brave, but then they don’t have to be. They can just out-spend almost everyone else. “MSN is testing the MSN Reporter, a Digg style social news site which was developed by a Dutch MSN team in Q4 2006.” Could it be that Microsoft […]