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Google+ Collections is a neat new way to follow and share curated sets of Google+ posts based on your interests, and it started rolling out as recently as May 4th. 158 more words

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Social Experiment

I decided to try a social experiment. I’m going to suspend my social networking service (SNS) engagement for the next four months.

I sometimes feel these random sparks of inspiration, and they do have logical reasons and conscious thoughts behind them. 152 more words

Cloud 1: Every Day Counts

CMM220: Week 10

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The NFP I love living on the Peninsula is already utilising many social media tactics – it has been created entirely using Facebook and recently added a WordPress site, has automatic reposting to Twitter and its website showcases both of these. 143 more words

Communication

Survey: Young Adults Want News. Every. Day.

The survey of Americans ages 18 to 34, sometimes called the millennial generation, found that two-thirds of respondents said they consume news online regularly, often on a social networking site… 757 more words

Mediasphere

The selfie phenomenon

A selfie is a self-portrait photograph, typically taken with a hand-held digital camera or camera phone. Selfies are often shared onsocial networking services such as Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. 244 more words

Pakistan

فیس بک استعمال کرنے کے چند آداب....

دنیا بھر میں مقبول ترین سوشل نیٹ ورک سائٹ ہماری زندگی میں سوشل نیٹ ورکنگ ویب سائٹس کا عمل دخل خاصا بڑھ چکا۔ آج لاکھوں پاکستانی اپنی ہر چھوٹی بڑی بات ان ویب سائٹس کے ذریعے دوسروں سے شیئر کرتے ہیں۔ کوئی بھی تقریب ہو،اس کا احوال اور تصاویر جب تک فیس بک وغیرہ کے ذریعے دوسروں تک نہ پہنچا دیں، انھیں چین نہیں آتا۔

Pakistan

The six types of Twitter conversations | Pew Research Center

This is an interesting and recommended read from Pew Research Center.

via The six types of Twitter conversations | Pew Research Center.

Regular readers of this blog will know that I’m a great fan of serious research evidence, rather than journalistic conjecture. 39 more words

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