The RaxList for July 23rd
24 July 2010 1,099 views One Comment
These are my links for July 23rd from 17:48 to 18:03:
- Facebook Fatigue: Dissatisfaction Growing Amongst Younger Members – Ypulse recently undertook a survey of 1,000 teens and college students to understand how their social networking habits have changed over time. The results revealed some interesting stats suggesting that some young people are indeed affected by “Facebook Fatigue“-a phenomenon of users spending less and less time on it.
- London’s Gatwick Airport integrates Twitter to solicit customer complaints – As part of its brand relaunch, London’s Gatwick Airport is going all social media on us by integrating Twitter directly into its customer service strategy.
- "Lost" Languages to Be Resurrected by Computers? – New program can translate ancient Biblical script.
- BBC Internet Blog: BBC News mobile apps – Today the BBC's launching the BBC News app, initially on the Apple iPhone and iPad and, later in the year, on other platforms as well.
- The appalling airline, the consummate traveller and Twitter – Today’s post comes from Bryce Keane, account manager at Mulberry Marketing Communications
- Samsung handing out free mobiles…but only if you make the grade – Samsung has stepped up its marketing game against the Apple iPhone, sprinkling free Galaxy S devices across the twittersphere
- How to Tell a Journalist from a Blogger – A journalist is not distinguished by the medium of his or her publication.
- Chatroulette for good? HealCam connects patients – The concept of a carosel of random video conversations with people from all over the world is really interesting it's just sad it ends up with the huge amount of nakeds that it does.
- YouTube Adds View Tracking Data Visualization Dashboard – While YouTube Insight already provided detailed feedback about the performance of videos to their creators, a (seemingly) recent development has made this information now public and for all to see.
- The Media Blog: Daily Star: "FURY" erupts over made-up story – This is what a bad day at the office for the Daily Star looks like
- Can Virtual Recycling On Facebook Help Clean Up Trash In The Real World? – Waste Management, the largest recycler in North America, is releasing Oceanopolis, a new Facebook game to encourage real world clean-up and conservation of resources.
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