Just two weeks ago, I asked the question Can Microblogging Power A Blog Community? This week, we found out that the answer is, people are trying it out. First, there was an announcement regarding the Today’sMama site and their use of Laconi.ca for a local microblogging community. Jesse Stay helped with the creation of what […]

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Image via Wikipedia Over the weekend, Mark Evans made the claim that social media is going to disappear. If you read the post, you will realize that the title is more like link bait because Mark’s main idea is that social media is going to evolve. social media as a hyperbole-driven, standalone, new-kid-on-the-block entity is […]

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Image via CrunchBase The weekend bitchmeme came a little early this week in the form of Twitter ghostwriting. Sarah Perez has a good overview on ReadWriteWeb. The general idea is that some celebrities and brands are not being written by who we thought they were being written by. So if someone has a ghostwriter, people […]

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Image via Wikipedia Chris Brogan has been making me think a lot lately. The other day he asked what inspires people to action. He has a very lofty goal: My goal with every blog post is to get you thinking in a way that might cause a change in your course of action. As a […]

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Image by luc legay via Flickr As sites like Ning, Facebook and Twitter continue to grow and make their content readily available, what is possible starts to change. Social Media sites have mostly decided that a freely available API is good for both them and their users. Twitter is a perfect example of this idea. […]

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