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Viggle Continues Adding to Social TV Patent Portfolio

Viggle last week announced that it received a Notice of Allowance from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”) for “Portfolio Optimization for Media Merchandising.” The patent is for the company’s proprietary technology that “analyzes content distribution patterns over time to recommend the most optimal time and channel for distributing content to achieve higher levels of engagement.” 310 more words

Social Networks

Facebook Still Rules The World

Take a look at this map. What do you think about it? Are you surprised? Or, maybe you are pretty much aware of what is going in the world of social networks. 177 more words

A Blessing or A Curse?

During the 60s of last century the capitalistic and communist fractions of the world are in a haste. The leading countries of the “alliance” and the “horde” [1] – the United States of America and the Soviet Union (or the other way around as you prefer) – are competing in a race for arming and developing technologies. 905 more words


Tweet Buy

Twitter Buy, you’re gonna make us cry. Oh, Tweet Buy Bye bye… We are not poetic, and this latest news from Twitter is so far from being an inspirational one. 197 more words

The Magical Number of Social Networking

Don’t believe people when you see they have 2,000 friends on Facebook. They’re not fooling anyone.

In 1992, British anthropologist Robin Dunbar found a correlation between neocortex size and group size. 615 more words


The Zombie Apocalypse: could it already be happening??

Ever seen the movie Warm Bodies?

      I am a total sucker for transformative-power-of-love movies: Going from dead to nondead because love made your heart start beating again definitely qualifies.

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What does the rise of brand journalism mean? For one thing, it means journalists have to up their game

The rise of native advertising, and what some are calling “brand journalism,” has triggered a wave of revulsion and horror in media circles. A feature-length piece in… 901 more words