- Logging Off: The Internet Generation Prefers the Real World
They may have been dubbed the “Internet generation,” but young people are more interested in their real-world friends than Facebook.
- Social Shopping Draws Teens
In 2009, nearly half of all teen internet users bought goods such as apparel, books and music online
- FarmVille, other online social games mean big business, and bonding
The most-used function on Angela Shields’s iPhone is not the phone. Or e-mail. Or the Web browser. It’s a game called Words With Friends, and she taps it open more than 10 times a day, anxious about her next move.
- Data Mining: The Real Killer App of Social Media
This weekend, the Wall Street Journal supplied readers with a detailed look at the world of data mining. The tone of this massive article is one of shock — websites are tracking your behavior! The surveillance state is upon us! But in some respects it is the surprise that comes as a surprise.
- The New York Times to Offer Platform for Publishers to Deliver High-Quality iPhone and iPad Applications
The New York Times will launch Press Engine, a technology and design solution that allows publishers and media organizations to deliver their content across new platforms starting with iPhone and iPad applications, in the fourth quarter of 2010.
- Check-In On Foursquare Without Taking Your Phone Out Of Your Pocket
- Now Wave is dead, here are 10 more projects Google should kill
- Social Media Monitoring Wiki – A Wiki of Social Media Monitoring Solutions
- Transforming your intranet to a platform for communication and participation
- How Pharma Marketers Can Work With Online Patient Communities and Social Networks
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