Facebook’s New Local Search

MarketingLand.com recently wrote about Facebook’s New Local Search “Test.” Apparently, Facebook is taking on Yelp and Zagat. The site is still in testing and is not in the Facebook app, but is on the mobile Web version. This is not the first time Facebook has tried to throw its weight around and take over a category (ie. Facebook […]

SOPA and Protect IP Will Kill The Internet As We Know It

The Stop Online Piracy Act is making it’s way through the House and it’s counterpart  the Protect IP is going through the Senate here in America. Both these laws are aimed to stop online piracy of intellectual property. On the surface that doesn’t sound all that bad. It’s how the US government plans on going […]

What Zuckerberg As The Person Of The Year Means For All Of Us

So it’s old news. Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, is Time Magazine’s Person of the Year. Now most people won’t argue that Zuckerberg has been extremely influential in the world of technology and the Internet, but I would argue he’s made much more of an impact this year to everyone.

Bookmarks for January 14th

These are my links for January 14th: 12 Trends to Watch in 2010 | Electronic Frontier Foundation – Facebook unleashes lawyers on Web 2.0 Suicide Machine | NetworkWorld.com Community – Google Pulling Out of China? Don’t Bet On It – PC World – Official Google Blog: Helping Haiti respond to the earthquake – Official Google […]

Bookmarks for January 9th through January 11th

These are my links for January 9th through January 11th: 3 Ways Educators Are Embracing Social Technology – Is This KFC Ad Racist? [YOUTUBE VIDEO] – Facebook Founder on Privacy: Public is the New “Social Norm” – Twitter Argument Leads to Alleged Murder [REPORT] – 38 ways to optimize and speed up your WordPress blog […]

Bookmarks for January 8th

These are my links for January 8th: Apple Seizes 16 Domain Names From A Guy In One Fell Swoop – When you own domain names associated with the trademarks of a large company, more often than not, they’re going to file a complaint with the ICANN UDRP (Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy). And more often than […]

Bookmarks for January 7th through January 8th

These are my links for January 7th through January 8th: Photograbber Downloads Tagged Photos of You from Facebook – Facebook – Lifehacker – The next time you're skimming Facebook and run across pictures your friends have posted, there's no need to monkey around asking for copies via email. Use Photograbber to snag them right off […]

Bookmarks for January 6th through January 7th

These are my links for January 6th through January 7th: HootSuite Now Lets You Update Your WordPress Blog – HootSuite, the popular Twitter app geared towards businesses and power users, has just issued yet another update to their web-based client, featuring the ability to post to the WordPress.com blogging platform, URL and content previews, and […]

Bookmarks for January 2nd through January 4th

These are my links for January 2nd through January 4th: More Smartphone Users Now Use Their Phones to Shop Online – Smartphone users are becoming increasingly comfortable with using their phones to shop online. According to new data from Compete, about 37% of smartphone users have purchased something with their handset in the last 6 […]

Bookmarks for December 30th

These are my links for December 30th: Zynga CEO Mark Pincus On Charlie Rose – Charlie Rose welcomed Zynga CEO Mark Pincus on his show last night for a 15 minute interview. Pincus says 60-70 million people a day are playing social games on Facebook and MySpace, and 1%-2% are willing to shell out actual […]