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Edward Snowden Brings Facebook’s 2009 Privacy Change, Zuckerberg’s 2010 TechCrunch Statements, To Light

Edward Snowden’s leak of NSA documents that include information on the PRISM program have shed new light on Facebook’s then-new late 2009 privacy policy, and statements early in 2010 where Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said to TechCrunch Founder and then-CEO Michael Arrington that “the age of privacy is over,” and made a set of statements […]

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Yahoo!’s Mike Silver Sheds Light On NFL, Coaching, And Racism

Yahoo! Sports Mike Silver’s taken the covers off the problem of black coaches not being hired for open NFL head coaching jobs. In the space of a week, Sliver has written about the problem twice. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y82LvbJiuzU Mike Silver’s latest work is something of a frank blockbuster, where he openly points to most of the people […]

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Hotels And Social Media: How Bloggers, Vloggers, Hotel Brands Can Work Together

Vlog: San Diego Comic Con 2017 – Why Hotels Should Partner With Vloggers, Bloggers #SDCC Since 2009 Zennie62Media, ran by this video-blogger, has developed a content-marketing-based method of promoting hotels as an event is being covered. Zennie62Media has successfully employed this approach in its annual coverage of International CES Las Vegas, The NFL Draft, and […]

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PeopleBrowsr v. Twitter: Twitter Lost This Round, And Should Have

PeopleBrowsr, the company behind such products as Kred, is fighting for its life after Twitter, it’s main source of data that drives its business, suddenly (sighting the end of a one-year contract) elected to do an about face and try to turn off access to its “firehose” of tweet-based information that PeopleBrowsr spent $1 million […]

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Yahoo News Uses Racist Photo Of President Obama

Yahoo News, perhaps in a attempt to cause anger just a day before the Presidential Election, or the work of a terribly racially insensitive editor, has used an obviously racist photo of President Barack Obama in an article by Chris Moody called “Protesters removed from Obama rally after shouting during speech,” and posted six hours […]

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TechCrunch Disrupt New York: First Kinda Post – Michael Arrington Disrupt Lacks Buzz

TechCrunch Disrupt is into its third day of activities in New York City, and while this blogger’s not there for the second year (I’ll opt for San Francisco because I’ve jumped times zones 15 times this year already), I follow it via online accounts. In searching for “TechCrunch” on Google Search, it was not hard […]

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Twitter Updates for 2012-05-15

Happy Mother’s Day To My Mom, And To All Moms http://t.co/9YAe7935 # Please "Like" the Zennie62 Facebook Page http://t.co/EMyEAphl # I uploaded a @YouTube video http://t.co/UPBMHqlY Rand Paul Says Obama Could Not Be Gayer – Senator Paul Out O # Rand Paul Says Obama Could Not Be Gayer – Senator Paul Out Of Line: http://t.co/WxRkpPLh […]

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Twitter Trend Analysis Tools Die: Trendistic Dead; Trendrr A Pay Site For Social TV

Trendistic, once the go-to site for this blogger’s analysis of Twitter Trends, is no longer opening up when one goes to www.trendistic.com. And Trendrr, once the alternative to Trendistic, is now a Social TV pay-for-service site that tells nothing about true Twitter Trends. So, if you want to see how Twitter Trends change, where do […]

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Republicans Debate Back to Back

Your Ad Here Last night at 9 pm the Republicans debated at St Anslem College for the first time without Bachmann, and this morning at 9 a.m. they debated in New Hampshire’s capital. Two debates within 12 hours of each other – that’s a lot of debating. The debate from last night stood out more […]