The RaxList for September 15th through September 19th
19 September 2010 1,303 views One Comment
These are my links for September 15th through September 19th:
- Google confirms plans for social features | Technology | guardian.co.uk – Chief executive Eric Schmidt says new social components will be added later this year, but dismisses talk of a 'Facebook killer'
- BBC – BBC Internet Blog: Changes to the BBC Messageboards –
- The Rise of Social Commerce – Brands are flocking to social networks, some with strategies and others simply experimenting with community building. What’s clear is that the 3F’s (friends, fans, and followers) are not created equal. Those brands who examine the composition of their existing community will find that many are simply seeking access to exclusive specials and content.
- Come and Meet The Communities at Helpful Technology: Blog – bringing big online communities together with government and the marketing agencies who work for it, to help stimulate creative thinking about new ways to work together.
- Facebook rival Diaspora gears up for launch | Media | guardian.co.uk – Social network tapping into privacy concerns over Facebook releases source code ahead of autumn alpha
- Engaging with teens online is a whole different ball game – Teens are an attractive audience for most companies; they like to be affiliated with brands they deem to be cool and are comfortable sharing content with their friends online, so can be very influential advocates.
- Viral Videos, Internet Memes And The Value Of Online Anonymity | Six Pixels of Separation – Marketing and Communications Blog – By Mitch Joel at Twist Image – How do ideas spread? Why do people come together online to make things go viral? The answer might surprise you.
- Is social media a name-changing game? – A few weeks ago Google’s chief executive, Eric Schmidt, suggested people may be forced to change their names in order to escape youthful misdemeanours immortalised online on social media sites, like Facebook.
- Christmas comes early (for PRs) –
- renaissance chambara | Ged Carroll – Adjamming in Paris – Apparently this is now turning into a movement in Paris and other French cities. Given the politicised nature of muslim dress in France, this adjamming is taking on an added political political dimension.
- Facebook Mobile Phones In Development? | Gadgets And Gizmos – According to TechCrunch, Facebook is readying itself to develop its own mobile operating system, and they will use a third party mobile phone manufacturer to create the devices to carry the system.
- Interpol chief has Facebook identity stolen – Techworld.com – He’s one of the most powerful people in world policing, but on Facebook Interpol chief Ronald K. Noble is just as vulnerable to identity theft as anyone else.
- Facebook Places will be adopted slowly, say experts | T3 magazine – According to an expert speaking to The Telegraph, Facebook Places will take off slowly in the UK, while T3's readers have already said no to Facebook Places.
- 500 Internal Server Error – 500 Internal Server Error
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