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  • Brandy Talore
    Time to Write Off Twitter? How Twitter compares to Facebook and Linked In and whether it s a simple, passing fad are questions that persist in the blogosphere.
    Message 1 of 3 , Jun 4, 2009
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      Time to Write Off Twitter?

      How Twitter compares to Facebook and Linked In and whether it’s a simple, passing fad are questions that persist in the blogosphere. Just last night I found myself issuing a rapid response to that very question posted by an industry peer. Remarkably, I’ve already formed a firm perspective on this since former Kodak Digital boss [...]
      http://url.ie/1c70


      Earn Using Social Networking Through Forming Networks

      There are many businesses using social networking to boost their earnings. You can actually take advantage of this by forming partnerships with these individuals. You want to earn through social networking as well, so it is important to take chances and be creative. You’re going to do that by doing the following:
      - Send a message [...]
      http://url.ie/1c6z


      Tips on Driving Web 2.0 Traffic

      Ultimately titled as ‘Web 2.0′ promotion, social bookmarking and social networks form an effective type of promotion that has rapidly gained popularity and effectiveness. Previously, it was mentioned that these represented a valuable source of backlinks, and that much is certainly true.
      However, apart from the backlinks that come as part and parcel of web 2.0 [...]
      http://url.ie/1c6y


      Firefox top for bugs in 2008, but quickest at fixes

      Mozilla reported more vulnerabilities in its Firefox web browser last year than Internet Explorer, Safari and Opera combined, but it dealt with those flaws quicker than Microsoft, according to a new report by vulnerability-testing company Secunia.
      Firefox had 115 reported flaws in 2008, nearly four times as many as every other popular browser, and nearly twice [...]
      http://url.ie/1c71


      Privacy vs protection: Police and the right to hack

      Australia’s state police have been upping the ante on criminals who use technology to protect their activities, but is it the right way to go?
      The governments of Victoria, Queensland and New South Wales (NSW) have moved to boost covert search and telecommunication interception powers that police can use in the fight against crime.
      Privacy advocates have [...]
      http://url.ie/1c72


      Gov’t may track all UK Facebook traffic

      The UK government is considering the mass surveillance and retention of all user communications on social-networking sites including Facebook, MySpace, and Bebo.
      Home Office security minister Vernon Coaker said on Monday that the EU Data Retention Directive, under which ISPs must store communications data for 12 months, does not go far enough. Communications such as those [...]
      http://url.ie/1c73


      FAQ: What iPhone 3.0 means to you

      If it’s March, it must be time for Apple Inc. to start beating the iPhone drum.
      That’s the quick analysis of yesterday’s preview of the next generation of Apple’s iPhone software, which will add a slew of features — some that users have been yelping about since Day One — to the popular smartphone [...]
      http://url.ie/1c77


      Google Docs sharing issue causes concern for cloud computing

      Google today admitted to a potentially serious error in its Docs sharing system. While only .05% of all shared documents were affected, the potential for serious damage was significant for businesses.
      The error amounted to wrongly sharing Google documents with someone “whom you, or a collaborator with sharing rights, had previously shared a document”. The entire [...]
      http://url.ie/1c74


      FTC urged to investigate Google’s hosted services

      A privacy group has asked the Federal Trade Commission to investigate whether Google Inc.’s cloud computing services, including the popular Gmail hosted e-mail service, Google Docs and the Picasa photo sharing service, adequately protect users privacy.
      The complaint (download PDF) by the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), filed on Tuesday with the FTC, comes just weeks [...]
      http://url.ie/1c75


      Google returns Chrome to beta

      Google Inc. yesterday reversed last December’s decision to ditch the beta label from its Chrome browser, saying it is restoring the moniker to some builds to get faster feedback to developers.
      “Since we took the ‘beta’ tag off Google Chrome in December, we’ve been updating two release channels: developer and stable,” said Brian Rakowski, a Chrome [...]
      http://url.ie/1c76


       

    • Ewa Sonnet
      Time to Write Off Twitter? How Twitter compares to Facebook and Linked In and whether it s a simple, passing fad are questions that persist in the blogosphere.
      Message 2 of 3 , Jun 4, 2009
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        Time to Write Off Twitter?

        How Twitter compares to Facebook and Linked In and whether it’s a simple, passing fad are questions that persist in the blogosphere. Just last night I found myself issuing a rapid response to that very question posted by an industry peer. Remarkably, I’ve already formed a firm perspective on this since former Kodak Digital boss [...]
        http://url.ie/1c70


        Earn Using Social Networking Through Forming Networks

        There are many businesses using social networking to boost their earnings. You can actually take advantage of this by forming partnerships with these individuals. You want to earn through social networking as well, so it is important to take chances and be creative. You’re going to do that by doing the following:
        - Send a message [...]
        http://url.ie/1c6z


        Tips on Driving Web 2.0 Traffic

        Ultimately titled as ‘Web 2.0′ promotion, social bookmarking and social networks form an effective type of promotion that has rapidly gained popularity and effectiveness. Previously, it was mentioned that these represented a valuable source of backlinks, and that much is certainly true.
        However, apart from the backlinks that come as part and parcel of web 2.0 [...]
        http://url.ie/1c6y


        Firefox top for bugs in 2008, but quickest at fixes

        Mozilla reported more vulnerabilities in its Firefox web browser last year than Internet Explorer, Safari and Opera combined, but it dealt with those flaws quicker than Microsoft, according to a new report by vulnerability-testing company Secunia.
        Firefox had 115 reported flaws in 2008, nearly four times as many as every other popular browser, and nearly twice [...]
        http://url.ie/1c71


        Privacy vs protection: Police and the right to hack

        Australia’s state police have been upping the ante on criminals who use technology to protect their activities, but is it the right way to go?
        The governments of Victoria, Queensland and New South Wales (NSW) have moved to boost covert search and telecommunication interception powers that police can use in the fight against crime.
        Privacy advocates have [...]
        http://url.ie/1c72


        Gov’t may track all UK Facebook traffic

        The UK government is considering the mass surveillance and retention of all user communications on social-networking sites including Facebook, MySpace, and Bebo.
        Home Office security minister Vernon Coaker said on Monday that the EU Data Retention Directive, under which ISPs must store communications data for 12 months, does not go far enough. Communications such as those [...]
        http://url.ie/1c73


        FAQ: What iPhone 3.0 means to you

        If it’s March, it must be time for Apple Inc. to start beating the iPhone drum.
        That’s the quick analysis of yesterday’s preview of the next generation of Apple’s iPhone software, which will add a slew of features — some that users have been yelping about since Day One — to the popular smartphone [...]
        http://url.ie/1c77


        Google Docs sharing issue causes concern for cloud computing

        Google today admitted to a potentially serious error in its Docs sharing system. While only .05% of all shared documents were affected, the potential for serious damage was significant for businesses.
        The error amounted to wrongly sharing Google documents with someone “whom you, or a collaborator with sharing rights, had previously shared a document”. The entire [...]
        http://url.ie/1c74


        FTC urged to investigate Google’s hosted services

        A privacy group has asked the Federal Trade Commission to investigate whether Google Inc.’s cloud computing services, including the popular Gmail hosted e-mail service, Google Docs and the Picasa photo sharing service, adequately protect users privacy.
        The complaint (download PDF) by the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), filed on Tuesday with the FTC, comes just weeks [...]
        http://url.ie/1c75


        Google returns Chrome to beta

        Google Inc. yesterday reversed last December’s decision to ditch the beta label from its Chrome browser, saying it is restoring the moniker to some builds to get faster feedback to developers.
        “Since we took the ‘beta’ tag off Google Chrome in December, we’ve been updating two release channels: developer and stable,” said Brian Rakowski, a Chrome [...]
        http://url.ie/1c76


         

      • Miriam Chaudhary
        Time to Write Off Twitter? How Twitter compares to Facebook and Linked In and whether it s a simple, passing fad are questions that persist in the blogosphere.
        Message 3 of 3 , Jun 4, 2009
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          Time to Write Off Twitter?

          How Twitter compares to Facebook and Linked In and whether it’s a simple, passing fad are questions that persist in the blogosphere. Just last night I found myself issuing a rapid response to that very question posted by an industry peer. Remarkably, I’ve already formed a firm perspective on this since former Kodak Digital boss [...]
          http://url.ie/1c70


          Earn Using Social Networking Through Forming Networks

          There are many businesses using social networking to boost their earnings. You can actually take advantage of this by forming partnerships with these individuals. You want to earn through social networking as well, so it is important to take chances and be creative. You’re going to do that by doing the following:
          - Send a message [...]
          http://url.ie/1c6z


          Tips on Driving Web 2.0 Traffic

          Ultimately titled as ‘Web 2.0′ promotion, social bookmarking and social networks form an effective type of promotion that has rapidly gained popularity and effectiveness. Previously, it was mentioned that these represented a valuable source of backlinks, and that much is certainly true.
          However, apart from the backlinks that come as part and parcel of web 2.0 [...]
          http://url.ie/1c6y


          Firefox top for bugs in 2008, but quickest at fixes

          Mozilla reported more vulnerabilities in its Firefox web browser last year than Internet Explorer, Safari and Opera combined, but it dealt with those flaws quicker than Microsoft, according to a new report by vulnerability-testing company Secunia.
          Firefox had 115 reported flaws in 2008, nearly four times as many as every other popular browser, and nearly twice [...]
          http://url.ie/1c71


          Privacy vs protection: Police and the right to hack

          Australia’s state police have been upping the ante on criminals who use technology to protect their activities, but is it the right way to go?
          The governments of Victoria, Queensland and New South Wales (NSW) have moved to boost covert search and telecommunication interception powers that police can use in the fight against crime.
          Privacy advocates have [...]
          http://url.ie/1c72


          Gov’t may track all UK Facebook traffic

          The UK government is considering the mass surveillance and retention of all user communications on social-networking sites including Facebook, MySpace, and Bebo.
          Home Office security minister Vernon Coaker said on Monday that the EU Data Retention Directive, under which ISPs must store communications data for 12 months, does not go far enough. Communications such as those [...]
          http://url.ie/1c73


          FAQ: What iPhone 3.0 means to you

          If it’s March, it must be time for Apple Inc. to start beating the iPhone drum.
          That’s the quick analysis of yesterday’s preview of the next generation of Apple’s iPhone software, which will add a slew of features — some that users have been yelping about since Day One — to the popular smartphone [...]
          http://url.ie/1c77


          Google Docs sharing issue causes concern for cloud computing

          Google today admitted to a potentially serious error in its Docs sharing system. While only .05% of all shared documents were affected, the potential for serious damage was significant for businesses.
          The error amounted to wrongly sharing Google documents with someone “whom you, or a collaborator with sharing rights, had previously shared a document”. The entire [...]
          http://url.ie/1c74


          FTC urged to investigate Google’s hosted services

          A privacy group has asked the Federal Trade Commission to investigate whether Google Inc.’s cloud computing services, including the popular Gmail hosted e-mail service, Google Docs and the Picasa photo sharing service, adequately protect users privacy.
          The complaint (download PDF) by the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), filed on Tuesday with the FTC, comes just weeks [...]
          http://url.ie/1c75


          Google returns Chrome to beta

          Google Inc. yesterday reversed last December’s decision to ditch the beta label from its Chrome browser, saying it is restoring the moniker to some builds to get faster feedback to developers.
          “Since we took the ‘beta’ tag off Google Chrome in December, we’ve been updating two release channels: developer and stable,” said Brian Rakowski, a Chrome [...]
          http://url.ie/1c76


           

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