Feeding the Content Monster
Keeping that content stream going, even when the muse has left for parts unknown.
Online Personas and Cyber Infidelity, Oh My! Cyber Infidelity? The Cambridge News reports that author Sophie Hannah has conducted a survey of Twitter, OKCupid and other sites, in conjunction with just plain out and out asking people – is online infidelity worse than in-person infidelity? Results Her results were mixed. Some of the respondents saw […]
Dominate Google and get noticed. Michael Fleischner shows you how.
… And Facebook for All Facebook matters. At least, that’s what Mark Zuckerberg would want us all to think, wish and feel. I can understand that, a desire to make a website about as universal as possible. Once the site stopped being exclusive to collegians, the inevitable business model was to universalize it. And the […]
What Do You Look Like Online? This post is a riff on Do You Know What You Look Like Online. Essentially, the question is, if you were searching for someone (someone just like you, perhaps), what sorts of judgments would you make? What seems off? What’s being suppressed, which should be promoted, and vice versa? […]
Social Media Continues its Relentless Pace to Try to Make You Stay Put It’s a relentless pace out there. And much like the holidays accelerate the end of the year, and we suddenly look up on January 7th or so and wonder just what the hell just happened, social media is continuing to not so […]