The past few days have been fairly busy in the social media space again. So I figured I should throw my opinion in the ring just like everyone else. Last week, Facebook had some really interesting news when they announced the ability to put Facebook applications on any website. This allows them to expand their […]

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If you write code for a living, then the “Which framework do I use?” question arises fairly often. I have been slinging code for over 13 years and it seems like I need to answer this question every month. The real question we should all be asking ourselves is “Do I need a framework?” If […]

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I was talking with someone yesterday and they mentioned LinkedIn as a good business tool. This was an older gentleman who admitted that the whole social networking and social media industry was still a bit new to him. This made me think about who the typical users are of the various social networks. Given that […]

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There has been a lot of news the past few days about data portability. I posted a summary and analysis of some of the news a few days ago. Today, the Data Portability Working Group announced that LinkedIn, Flickr, SixApart (TypePad and MovableType) and Twitter have joined as well. So, what does all of this […]

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What did I miss? Is today the standard day to announce “big news”? The reason this is so interesting is because it is all related to social media and social networks. First, Comcast announces its new service fancast.com. They are partnering with IBMD, CBS, Hulu.com and others. The Comcast offering is a video “hub” where […]

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