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29 Set/10

Top Social Bookmarking WordPress Plugins

Top Social Bookmarking WordPress Plugins

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Writing for a website used to be simple where all you need to do is produce high quality articles and your site will usually be noticed, rewarding you with a good amount of traffic and eyeballs. However, this could be an expiring ideology. Today, without a good amount of social marketing effort, chances are people will not come across your website because you are basically free from acknowledgment. To be fair, not everyone is...

3 Set/10

Long Weekend Hacking: How to Help Out with ThinkUp

Long Weekend Hacking: How to Help Out with ThinkUp

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Lots of geeks like to spend some time on a three-day weekend doing fun, spare-time coding. If you’ve been curious about ThinkUp and have a little extra time this Labor Day weekend, come on down! ThinkUp’s come a long way so it’s easier than ever to dive in, try it out, and experiment.  Here are four ways you can help make ThinkUp better, whether you’ve got a free 30 minutes or 3 hours this weekend: Test...

18 Feb/10

Microsoft Outlook Social Connector

Microsoft Outlook Social Connector

With Google’s plans to include Buzz in Google Apps for enterprise customers, Microsoft needs a way to get social media into Outlook, and the Outlook Social Connector add-on seems to be it. When Office 2010 ships–in the first half of this year–it will have support for Facebook, MySpace, Windows Live, but–oddly–not Twitter. Here’s my review of the current version, which integrates LinkedIn contacts and news feeds with Outlook 2003 and 2007 now: Microsoft...


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12 Feb/10

Google Buzz Extensions For Web Browsers

Google Buzz Extensions For Web Browsers

Every tech blog and website in existence seems to have written about Google Buzz at least once since its release a few days ago. That’s a lot of feedback for a relatively new service that received not only a boost from those technology sites but also from the fact that it is a part of Google’s email service Gmail. It did not take long before extension developers started writing Google Buzz extensions to make life more comfortable for Google Buzz ussers. One extension provides...

11 Feb/10

Google Buzz Privacy Issue

Google Buzz Privacy Issue

Google Buzz has been announced publicly just a few days ago. It basically allows Gmail users to use social networking features that are similar to those offered on Twitter. Gmail users can follow others, write status notifications, post images or videos and read messages that are posted by their contacts. And the way those contact information are handled by default is a privacy issue. Google will automatically suggest and add Gmail contacts to the followed list, that is users whose status...

11 Feb/10

Closing the Feedback Loop

Closing the Feedback Loop

Matt Haughey says Google Buzz doesn’t offer an easy way for publishers to see what people are saying about their stuff. He’s right; as in Google Reader and Facebook, much of the liking and commenting and sharing that goes on in Buzz happens out of earshot of the creator. I think Buzz is a fine product–a pretty predictable FriendFeed clone, really–but it does suffer from this same broken loop problem that Google Reader creates. Also of interest to other publishers,...

11 Feb/10

Funneling Social Media Updates and Google Buzz

Funneling Social Media Updates and Google Buzz

My latest FastCompany.com video segment, shot several weeks ago, is about managing your social media updates, partly by funneling them all into one place (like your email inbox). Then Google Buzz launched. So, here’s my social media productivity two-punch: first the video, then a walk through Google Buzz’s more advanced features. Work Smart: Mastering Your Social Media Life is two minutes and nine seconds on how to keep up with social networking updates without spending...