- ProPublica investigation wins a Pulitzer
Congratulations to ProPublica, the non-profit investigative journalism website, for joining the élite club of Pulitzer prize winners, just two years after starting operations.
- Why Adobe and Apple are bypassing traditional media outlets to wage war in the blogosphere
When Steve Jobs responds to a random person’s email — an event occurring more frequently of late — the sender is usually shocked that such a tech titan has reached into his mailbag to pluck his message from the ether and deem it worthy of a reply.
- Businesses Split on Paying for Twitter
The powers that be at Twitter have been vague about how they plan to monetize the service. As marketers have flocked to the microblogging site, Twitter has considered charging for business functionality as one possibility.
- The Godfather on social media
The Godfather trilogy is an all-time classic. And for good reason. It deals with intimate aspects of life that affect us all, from family to business.
- Applying Maslow’s Hierarchy for Enterprise 2.0 Adoption
Your Organization’s Return On Investment (ROI) will reflect how well your Enterprise 2.0 solution matches your users according to Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs.
- Google Plans To Expand Cloud Computing Services
- 12 Year Old Brit In Hot Water For Crazed FarmVille Shopping Spree
- Google Killed the Google Analytics Star
- Paper.li Turns Your Twitter Stream Into A Daily Newspaper
- 10 Ways to Make a Virtual Team Feel Like You’re Face-to-Face
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