Posts Tagged ‘Facebook’

Facebook – historic timeline

Friday, September 23rd, 2011

Interesting development fra Facebook – moving from instant gratification, to a more lifelong relationship kind of thing.

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StumbleUpon drives more web trafic than Facebook

Wednesday, July 20th, 2011

Whaaat? Well read the statistic (Source: StatCounter). Mind you, this is only for the US market. I’m sure that in a market like Denmark, where edu review StumbleUpon is virtually unknown, the stat is quite different! But interesting stuff, especially if you a a bit interested in Search Marketing. And also with the launch of Google+ and literally a new social network every week. Stuff is changing… again.


Social Tattoo

Friday, June 10th, 2011

Now, what happens when someone defriends you. You gotta fire that lazer up and get busy with the scorching. But you gotta admit. This looks pretty fucking cool. And the Tattoo artist is pretty hot too.

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Privacy online means controlling your content

Tuesday, March 16th, 2010

Today, when people feel that their privacy is violated online it is often linked to the lack of controlling one’s own content. This is a point coming from Danah Boyd, a Social Media Researcher at Microsoft Research New England, who has studied online behaviour extensively for years.

The more binary understanding of public or private space is being challenged by Danah Boyd who uses examples from Google Buzz and how and why it has failed displaying content and behaviour which the users thought quite intimate and private. And how Facebook made a huge breach of contract with their users when they changed the privacy settings leaving the users to think that their content was still private while it was available to everyone.

The notion of privacy is also determined by age: Teenagers are more conscious about what they have to gain by being in public compared to adults who seems more concerned about what they have to lose.

Read the article on TechCrunch by Danah Boyd on  How Technology Makes a Mess of Privacy and Publicity


Social Media shortlist – big 4

Wednesday, March 10th, 2010

Hermansen shoed me this interesting list of how companies integrate Social Media in their marcomm strategy. Not too surprising.

Read more at convinceandconvert


Starwars Facebook updates

Friday, December 11th, 2009

The coolest thing I’ve seen all week. Cheers Lachlan.