birds of a feather

birds of a feather

How Facebook's Graph Search Just Replaced A Major Chunk Of Google

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Facebook just took a big bite out of Google. Today, the social network announced Graph Search, a new feature that lets you search the interests, location, and preferences of your friends. For anyone who uses the Internet to search restaurant recommendations, travel advice, books to read on vacation, or which...
How Facebook's Graph Search Just Replaced A Major Chunk Of Google

Study Highlights Problems In Spreading Social Media Messages

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A new study gives even more credibility to the theory that engaged social media users who not only read messages, but also share them, are a brand's best friend. Elmie Nekmat's study of how social media messages change people's thinking was published in the most recent edition of the Journal...
Study Highlights Problems In Spreading Social Media Messages

A Poem For Dropbox And Its 100 Million Users

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“How do I love thee, cloud storage? Let me count the ways.” You see, Dropbox’s CEO Drew Houston is an inspiring guy, and a joy to talk to as a tech journalist because he’s not afraid to describe the grand vision for his company in bold quotes. So this morning...
A Poem For Dropbox And Its 100 Million Users
Birds of a feather flock together, even in death

The New New Tech Writing: Straight Up Penning Poems About Stuff

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How much do we love thee, Drew Houston? Let us count the ways. (Photo: wiki.smu.edu) There’s the gadget liveblog, the multimedia-heavy feature and the bloggy, snarky take. But as we near the end of 2012, we may have reached the last possible evolutionary stage of tech writing: just fucking penning...
The New New Tech Writing: Straight Up Penning Poems About Stuff

Social Networks, How Do They Work? JuggaloBook Brings The Clowns To Town

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True social networks bring multiple birds of a feather together across vast expanses of time and space. Look at Facebook – it’s mostly for finding bullies you went to grade school with, allowing you to gloat over their misfortune. Now there’s another, decidedly more positive social network: JuggaloBook, a social...
Social Networks, How Do They Work? JuggaloBook Brings The Clowns To Town
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