Category Archives: Social Networking

On Social Change and Communication Technology

The real change, to me, is in the advancing availability of communication technology. Yes, we’ve had communication technology before. When the telegraph was cutting edge, alongside its use for official-sounding business, it was privately re-purposed by whoever had access. One … Continue reading

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I’m Your (Twitter) Pusher Mom

Not so long ago I was trembling with trepidation over Twitter. It’s only been a few days, and I’m already hooked. Hooked and recommending it to others. I’m Your Pushermom I’m your Mama, I’m your Daddy I’m that blogger In … Continue reading

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Twitter – A Digital Game of Hot Potato?

How many dozen screens has this potato passed through since it was last touched by human hands? And yet, in our mind’s eye it’s touchable, as fresh as it was the day it was first “screened.” You can almost smell … Continue reading

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I Have a Secret

I’m not ready to tell, yet. I will be, soon. Tempt me, and I will give clues!

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A Preface to my Bouncing Baby Benchmarks

Question: What did I want from my 101 days? Answer: A sense of direction. An orientation beyond web design. Question: Why couldn’t I just pick some keywords to write about? Use that to form a bridge between my beloved web … Continue reading

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Social Media: Can Broken be Better?

A while ago I noticed something slightly broken about the StumbleUpon toolbar. The send-to function doesn’t always make it all the way through to the recipient. It can take hours, or seem to vanish completely. StumbleUpon Toolbar with a sent … Continue reading

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What I’m Doing Instead of Attending SES-NY

Dazzlin Donna has inspired me. …let’s pull this baby back to what I was originally talking about. Content. Giving users what they crave. Right…now we’re back. I’m going to spend a fair amount of time on just this one topic, … Continue reading

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I Dream of Way Cool Blog Posts, but it’s not what you think

Soooo, at about 9:00 Friday evening I was working on a blog post, not this blog post, aaaand thought I’d take a little Stumble break before polishing it off. The next thing I knew it was after 1:00 am Saturday … Continue reading

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