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Business Communication Innovation Internet Social Media & Social Networking Technology

Semantic Web as the "killer app", Part 1

In it’s present form, the web is a loose collection of data islands we call websites. In a future world wide Semantic Web, would there be a need to search for anything? Maybe those things that we need would be so neatly packaged and so clearly labeled, they would find us instead… Before I begin, […]

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Google Internet Review Social Media & Social Networking Technology

Social Media: Google Shared Stuff

Make no mistake, Google getting into Social Media is a big thing. With their weight, eye for simplicity and their one-feature-to-rule-them-all philosophy to their software, Google Shared Stuff will make a significant impact on the Social Media scene… Only yesterday did I make mention of that other significant – dare I say bold – entry, […]

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Internet Review SMO & SMM Social Media & Social Networking Usability

Doin’ it and (nearly) Diggin’ it!

What’s this? Do I see Digg stretching out into Social Networking, after their conquest of all things Social Media? I know, I know, I’m hardly the easiest guy to please. But I’m sort of starting to like Digg again… In light of Digg getting into Social Networking, I thought it might be a good time […]

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Internet Rants & Raves Review Social Media & Social Networking Usability

Streamy is?

I just do not get Streamy. In its current form, Streamy is in no way any simpler or easier than having Pownce, Twitter, StumbleUpon and Digg open in different tabs in Firefox… I’m trying to make the best of it, but I just cannot see one solitary reason for Streamy to exist. Of the people […]

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Blogging Communication Internet SMO & SMM Social Media & Social Networking

Social Media to monetize the masses?

If we assume Social Media web properties like Digg and Pownce are made by you & me, why does the flow of money stop right there? Why don’t you & me get paid for making these Social Media moguls & magnates who / what they are? This question came to me yesterday, and I thought […]