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Meet The Woman Censored By Facebook While Outing Sexism
Salesforce completes $689M Buddy Media buy, debuts Communities social network

Hometalk Aims To Be The One-Stop Site For Home Improvement Info

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As someone who doesn’t know a two-by-four from a 4X4, I usually depend on the Internet for home improvement tips. For example, did you know you’re not supposed to flush dental floss? I didn’t discover that until I found my basement full of raw sewage and someone online told me...
Hometalk Aims To Be The One-Stop Site For Home Improvement Info

OMGPOP Source: Our Engineer Who Publicly Bashed Zynga Was About To Be Fired

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It turns out you can't go around making a name for yourself by trashing your former employer in huge public forums without getting shot at back. Earlier this week – days after Zynga bought OMGPOP for $210 million – a now former OMGPOP engineer named Shay Pierce wrote a...
OMGPOP Source: Our Engineer Who Publicly Bashed Zynga Was About To Be Fired

Moxie Challenges Jive, Promises Profits This Year (JIVE)

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Jive Software made a splash last year with its IPO, becoming the first of the new Silicon Valley enterprise darlings to go public. But one of Jive's main competitors, Moxie Software, has a little news of its own: it will be profitable by the end of 2012, according to...
Moxie Challenges Jive, Promises Profits This Year (JIVE)

My Whirlwind Romance With Pair, The iPhone App For Couples

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The new app everyone seems to be talking about this week is Pair, a social network designed for just you and your significant other.  The idea is to provide a platform for you and your partner to share private moments without worrying about them showing up in public forums...
My Whirlwind Romance With Pair, The iPhone App For Couples

Google, Facebook and Twitter sued in Kazakhstan over distribution of extremist content

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In a lawsuit, the public prosecution office of Almaty, Kazakhstan has demanded from Google, Facebook, Twitter, and blogging platform LiveJournal, which is particularly popular among Russian-speaking bloggers, to stop publishing content from opposition media, Novosti-Kazakhstan reports. In other words, prosecutors want Google and others to shut down pages, groups, and/or blogs that...
Google, Facebook and Twitter sued in Kazakhstan over distribution of extremist content

Facebook's Mobile Plan Is Facebook's International Plan

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As far as Wall Street is concerned, mobile is Facebook’s primary bugaboo: More of its users are spending more of their Facebook time on their phones, where the company has yet to build a real ad business. Another big worry: Most of Facebook’s growth is happening outside of the first...
Facebook's Mobile Plan Is Facebook's International Plan
Voice Chat App Voxer Gets New Competition From Zello, A (Non-Spammy) Push-To-Talk Alternative
Incautious Porn scrapes erotic solicitations to highlight the art of extortion

Snapchat for iOS lets you send photos to friends and set how long they’re visible for

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With smartphones approaching near-ubiquity, people must learn to behave in public and watch everything they say and do. You never know when your inappropriate actions could be captured for posterity. But what about if you’re happy to circulate, say, images of yourself for a short period of time on the...
Snapchat for iOS lets you send photos to friends and set how long they’re visible for

DIY Democracy: Civic Participation for the iPhone

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Have you ever heard someone proclaim that if you don't vote, then you shouldn't complain? Well, whether or not you vote, we have the perfect iPhone app to make your complaints heard by whatever government official, agency or otherwise - DIY Democracy. This handy little government 2.0 app will let...
DIY Democracy: Civic Participation for the iPhone

Fake Bill Keller column fools journalists and mocks Times' WikiLeaks coverage

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Ruse including fake tweets and a counterfeit Times website dismissed as 'childish prank' by former editor Bill KellerBill Keller, the New York Times columnist who edited the paper through the WikiLeaks saga, is not a man usually fond of hyperbole. So when he came to post on Sunday morning a...
Fake Bill Keller column fools journalists and mocks Times' WikiLeaks coverage
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