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Monthly Archives: December 2010

Facebook v. Twitter

Digital Surgeons’ infographic on Facebook v. Twitter shows some interesting things about the profiles of typical users, and how the services are used, including: Facebook is much bigger, and people use it far more often, updating their status way more than most Twitter users do; More people are likely to follow (or like) a brand […]

New Year’s Resolutions, Absolutions, Predictions, And/Or Dissolutions

High on the success of Basketball Wives, VH-1 decides to launch sister shows Football Wives, Baseball Wives, Hockey Wives, and Curling Wives, with varying levels of success. In order to more accurately reflect the content of their shows, the Real Housewives franchise will rename its properties as follows: The Real Short Sales of Orange County, […]

Theopeninter.net: Explaining Net Neutrality To Everyone Else

Confused about what net neutrality means? Know somebody who is? Theopeninter.net provides a really simple explanation of the basic issues at stake with net neutrality, using pictures to explain things to people who are less familiar with the convoluted ways of the interwebs. Admittedly, there are far more complexities involved than are discussed on the […]

Why You Should Always Be Paid To Run A Giveaway On Your Blog

Let’s talk about blog giveaways today, shall we? They are becoming more and more popular, and the rules for compensation more and more vague. Some bloggers are being paid huge sums of cash to run giveaways on their blogs, while others are expected to promote giveaways on multiple social media platforms without even the offer […]