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In Case You're Wondering Why Your Twitter Feed Has Turned Into the #DarkestTimeline... - Posted May 9, 2014
It was announced today that the NBC comedy Community has been ... [FishbowlDC]

'Dumb Starbucks' Makes Venti Media Waves - Posted February 9, 2014
Whatever the nature of the bizarre coffee shop that opened Friday at 1802 Hillhurst Avenue in Los Angeles' Los Feliz district, it's brewing up - two days later - some very impressive east coast coverage. Following an initial report by LA public radio statio... [AllTwitter]

THIS JUST IN: Meet the Real Pancho Claus from the South Pole - Posted December 23, 2013
Just when I thought I have seen every holiday, Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, Christmas, Yule, Eid al Fitr, Solstice story out there, comes this one from the South Pole. You know, from the other side of the frozen tracks? (BTW, with apologies to ... [FishbowlDC]

Woman's Day Pays up to $2 a Word for Straightforward, Feel-good Writing - Posted December 17, 2013
Woman's Day knows that its readers (women ages 30 to 90) are incredibly busy, and they crave easily digestible advice on everything from cooking and home decor to health and money matters. The editors are looking for writers with a straightforward tone and the ability to do their research before sending ... [10,000 Words]

3 Ways To Rock Twitter In The Post-Cat Economy [REPORT] - Posted October 23, 2013
It seems like every social media marketer and his mother loves to jump on the latest meme to sell their message, and nothing has done better in the past than cats. Grumpy cat, business cat, adorable kittens p... [10,000 Words]

Facebook Restores Yanked Campaign Video Of Texas Attorney General Candidate Dan Branch - Posted August 2, 2013
Texas Attorney General candidate Dan Branch debuted his first campaign video on Facebook Thursday, only to find that the social network wasn't a big f... [AllFacebook]

ABC Campaign Calls on Viewers to Help Save Its Own Show - Posted March 29, 2013
Here's an interesting twist on the "low-rated cult favorite on life support" trend: the ABC network has created an ad campaign urging fans of its admired but struggling sitcom Happy Endings to help save the show by...you know, watching it live. It's almost like a mirror image of the challenge faced by... [FishbowlDC]

Twitter Buzz Helps Boost TV Ratings - Posted March 21, 2013
The biggest PR/marketing story of the week so far involves Coca-Cola's surprising announcement that social media "buzz" doesn't translate to short-term boosts in sales. On t... [FishbowlDC]

National Geographic's Aaron Huey on Digital Collaboration and Community Storytelling - Posted August 2, 2012
The latest cover of National Geographic features the story of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, home to the Oglala Lakota. Alexandra Fuller's ... [10,000 Words]

Community Challenge: The Semantic Web in 140 Characters - Posted June 25, 2012
As a community, we Semantic Webbers have done a poor job communicating our value clearly and concisely. Last week, I stated the case in more detail at the ... [AllTwitter]

Community Challenge: The Semantic Web in 140 Characters - Posted June 25, 2012
As a community, we Semantic Webbers have done a poor job communicating our value clearly and concisely. Last week, I stated the case in more detail at the ... [semanticweb.com]

GetGlue's Fan Base Loves Its Geek TV - Posted October 21, 2011
[caption id="attachment_29060" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="A zombie from GetGlue fave "The Walking Dead""][/caption] Damn! Why didn't I check in last night while I was watching that fascinating PBS show ... [FishbowlDC]

How Journalists, Community Can Connect With Google+ - Posted July 12, 2011
Chances are if you read 10,000 Words, you're a journalist of some stripe and you're also familiar with -- and likely already belong to -- the latest social network: Google Plus. I'm no longer a news beat reporter, but I immediately saw an awesome opportunity for a specific journalist or even... [10,000 Words]

W3C Launches Government Linked Data Working Group - Posted June 8, 2011
The W3C has launched a new Government Linked Data Working Group. According to the W3C, the mission of the new group "is to provide standards and other information which help governments around the world publish their data as effective and us... [semanticweb.com]

Semantic Web - What's Your Pitch? - Posted January 28, 2011
People working in the Semantic Technology space are often asked for a clear, concise, easy to understand answer to "What is the Semantic Web?" My friend and colleague Brian Sletten recently said to me, "If you ask 10 Semantic Tech experts to define... [AllTwitter]

Semantic Web - What's Your Pitch? - Posted January 28, 2011
People working in the Semantic Technology space are often asked for a clear, concise, easy to understand answer to "What is the Semantic Web?" My friend and colleague Brian Sletten recently said to me, "If you ask 10 Semantic Tech experts to define... [semanticweb.com]

Farmers' Markets Going High-Tech with Twitter - Posted January 11, 2011
While you might think farmers' markets and Twitter don't make the most compatible of matches, the folks at MyTweetMark think differently. They're pulling in members of the local food community within the US to their... [AllTwitter]

Xmarks: Not So Dead Anymore - Posted October 8, 2010
News of Xmark's death has been greatly exaggerated. The bookmark syncing startup that had been announced as dead just a week ago has gotten a new lease on life, thanks to 30,375 loyal users. Last week, the freely available cro... [WebNewser - SocialTimes.com]

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