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First Look: OnTheAir’s Video Call-In Show Platform Makes Hangouts and Ustream Seem Static

Now it is #facebook

www.guardian.co.uk
Adoption by Facebook makes hashtags a more potent marketing tool, argues Tim AndersonTwitter hashtags began in 2007, invented by open-standards evangelist Chris Messina, who was inspired by similar tags on Flickr and, before that ,channels on IRC (internet relay chat). Messina called them tag channels and the idea was to...
Now it is #facebook
Fool Me Twice, Shame On You: AP's Twitter Feed Has No Followers, Still Showing Hoaxed Tweet This Morning

Don't Bore Your Twitter Followers: Link Different

www.readwriteweb.com
As we noted yesterday, Twitter isn't so much a social network as a broadcast medium. For most Twitter users, broadcasting information mostly means sharing links. Whenever you share a link, however, there is always the lingering question if your followers haven't already seen this link in their streams before. Thanks...
Don't Bore Your Twitter Followers: Link Different

The Future of Marketing Starts with Publishing Part 1

www.briansolis.com
I recently called for businesses to broaden their perspective of Social Media from an experimental stage of acting and reacting, to one of learning and leading through intelligence, participation, and also publishing. Creating social profiles and broadcasting tweets and status updates is elementary, whereas creating a meaningful presence through...
The Future of Marketing Starts with Publishing Part 1

How To Get Started With Google+ Hangouts On Air

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Google has announced today that Hangouts On Air are going worldwide. That means any Google+ user who wants to stream live video to the whole world can do so. Hangouts have always been the killer app for Google+, and this announcement makes them into a truly new broadcast medium. Here's how...
How To Get Started With Google+ Hangouts On Air

TNW at IBC: The future of radio is on a screen. James Cridland explains Radio DNS

thenextweb.com
The Next Web has been in Amsterdam at the International Broadcasting Convention (IBC),  live streaming interviews from the event with the help of LiveU. Much of the hype and flash at the convention was around televisual broadcasting and web streaming, but radio is a long-standing broadcast medium and it is not...
TNW at IBC: The future of radio is on a screen. James Cridland explains Radio DNS

Ruining the social web: How can we avoid the Bieber effect?

gigaom.com
Maybe it’s something in the water, but there seems to be a growing tension between what large social networks and web services — such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, just to name a few — feel they need to do as businesses and what their users want them to do....
Ruining the social web: How can we avoid the Bieber effect?
The (dis)Connected World, Pt. 2: The Broken Promise of the Internet
Tweekaboo, A Family Moment Sharing System, Has An Eye On Asia

Study: Twitter Is Not a Very Social Network

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According to a group of researchers at Korea's Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Twitter is not a very social network. After analyzing over 41 million user profiles and 1.47 billion follower/following relationships, the researchers concluded that only 22% of all connections on Twitter are reciprocal. On Flickr, this number...
Study: Twitter Is Not a Very Social Network
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