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15 Set/10

Navigate the New Twitter with Like a Pro with Keyboard Shortcuts [Keyboard Shortcuts]

Navigate the New Twitter with Like a Pro with Keyboard Shortcuts [Keyboard Shortcuts]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The new Twitter revamp is nice, but one of the features that most piqued our interest—and would make us consider giving its web interface another chance—are the new keyboard shortcuts. Here’s how they work. More » (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere – Original Link: Navigate the New Twitter...

18 Ago/10

What to Expect From “Google Me”

What to Expect From “Google Me”

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); My greatest hope for the hotly-rumored, might-launch-any-day-now social networking app “Google Me” is that it will not merely clone Facebook in a weak attempt at parity, but that it will innovate and solve problems that plague existing social networks. Last month, a senior user experience researcher at Google, Paul Adams, gave a presentation entitled “The Real Life Social Network.” The 224 slides, embedded...

2 Ago/10

Twitter sees 20 billionth tweet

Twitter sees 20 billionth tweet

Twitter’s micro-blogging service has always been popular, and with people such as Stephen Fry entertaining the masses, it’s popularity can only grow as more and more people sign up to follow the musings of person A or X. Now though the service has recorded it’s 20 billionth tweet from a graphic designed based on Tokyo known as GGGGGGo_Lets_Go. The Tweet “So that means the barrage might come back later all at once.” was recorded at 1544GMT on Saturday. ...


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11 Ago/09

FriendFeed Acquired By Facebook

FriendFeed Acquired By Facebook

The owners of the popular social networking website Facebook have acquired FriendFeed, a web service that allowed users to share information with friends and groups easily. Details on the acquisition are sparse at the moment with the exception that FriendFeed will continue its service for the time being. All FriendFeed engineers will join the Facebook development team and it is likely that features that made FriendFeed popular will be added to Facebook in the near future. It is not clear...

10 Ago/09

Learn How to Work a Crowd [Networking]

Learn How to Work a Crowd [Networking]

When you think of “working a crowd,” you might think of entertainers at best, and shifty multi-level marketing salesman at worst. There are, however, non-jerky ways to meet people and benefit from casual networking. Why would you want to work a crowd? Because nobody makes new friends or finds a great business contact by standing over the punchbowl. The following video is a presentation from Ignite Show, a series of 5 minute powerchats given by people on varying topics. In the...

23 Lug/09

Email Is the Most Popular Tool for Sharing Links [What You Said]

Email Is the Most Popular Tool for Sharing Links [What You Said]

Earlier this week we asked you how you share links over the internet after having read a dubious claim that Facebook was the most popular. After conducting our own unscientific poll amongst Lifehacker readers, email handily bested the competition with a whopping 30% of the vote. Instant messaging trailed with 23%, Facebook was able to muster up 20%, and Twitter pulled in 9%. Photo by Max Klingensmith. Continua a leggere – Original Link: Email Is the Most Popular Tool for...

19 Giu/09

When Social Networking Becomes Self-Incrimination

When Social Networking Becomes Self-Incrimination

What I love most about my friend Penelope Trunk’s Twitter feed (and all her writing) is that it’s raw, personal, and hilarious. But I imagine getting served with legal documents that involve a printout of it wasn’t so hilarious. Continua a leggere – Original Link: When Social Networking Becomes Self-Incrimination Technorati Tags: better-webapps, digital, Facebook, firefox, Internet, iphone, Java, Mozilla, people, press, social network, Social Networking,...

10 Apr/09

Avoid the Seven Deadly Sins of Networking [Networking]

Avoid the Seven Deadly Sins of Networking [Networking]

Many of us consider networking a necessary evil of maintaining a healthy, robust career, but it doesn’t have to be. In reality, it’s more often than not bad networking that puts people off networking altogether. Photo by dogbomb . At Yahoo’s Manage Your Life weblog, Marci Alboher rounds up what she calls the seven deadly sins of networking, discussing what makes each sin so bad and providing a clear path to avoiding each. For example: Making introductions on behalf of...

10 Apr/09

Facebook e Twitter per essere più produttivi? La verità è un po’ diversa

Facebook e Twitter per essere più produttivi? La verità è un po’ diversa

Da qualche giorno circola la notizia secondo la quale l’utilizzo di Facebook e Twitter, i due prodotti di punta dell’universo social networking, aumenterebbe la produttività delle persone al lavoro. La fonte citata è lo studio del professor Brent Cocker, un ricercatore australiano, ed il suo gruppo. Nella realtà dei fatti, il rapporto del team, che ha operato per conto dell’Università di Melbourne è un po’ differente da come è stato posto da una...

10 Apr/09

Constant Contact with Your Boss Makes You Productive (Seriously) [Work]

Constant Contact with Your Boss Makes You Productive (Seriously) [Work]

A detailed study of 2,600 IBM workers’ communications found those with “strong connections” to their bosses over IM, email, and social networks generate noticeably more billable hours. Seems unlikely, right? Well, yes and no. Photo by jurvetson . The big caveats to this study involve the profession they’re in—IT consulting. That means that their financial imperative is to draw more billable hours out of the time and communication they put into IBM’s...