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Details.com is on the Hunt for Writers With a Stylish Sensibility - Posted January 14, 2014
Details.com isn't just an extension of Details the print magazine, it's solidly its own entirely. Admittedly, the site does share the mag's editorial mission and its commitment to sophisticated style. The men's site, which is on the lookout for new freelancers, is unabashedly about the luxe life and focuses on ... [10,000 Words]

2013: The Year Of Open Source For Facebook Engineering - Posted December 20, 2013
2013 was the year of ... [AllFacebook]

A Freelance Web Designer Turned CEO Explains His Road To Success - Posted December 9, 2013
Gabriel Shaoolian's success story is at once familiar and entirely unique. He moved to NYC in 2001 and set up his business with nothing but a laptop and some web design experience. Since then, his company, Blue Fountain Media, has gener... [MediaJobsDaily]

The CEO of Blue Fountain Media On Creating a Successful Digital Agency - Posted December 9, 2013
Gabriel Shaoolian has come a long way from his humble beginnings. The CEO of Blue Fountain Media was a web designer armed with a laptop and not much else when he arrived in the Big Apple in 2001. Now, 12 years lat... [PRNewser]

Facebook PMD Majestic Media Announces Launch Of Accelerator Social Titan Labs - Posted August 20, 2013
A Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer is dipping its toes in the accelerator waters, as ... [AllFacebook]

A Closer Look at Zagat's New Website and Mobile Apps for Android and iPhone - Posted July 30, 2013
[gallery columns="4"] Though it was acquired by Google in 2011, Zagat is holding its ground as a stand-alone review service with the release of a new website and mobile app for Android and iPhone. Zagat predates socia... [SocialTimes.com]

Americans Spend an Hour a Day on Smartphones - Posted May 28, 2013
[caption id="attachment_128185" align="alignleft" width="400"] Photo by koratmember[/caption] The average American adult spends 58 minutes a day using his or her smartphone -- and just 15 minutes of it is talking, according to a ... [SocialTimes.com]

Facebook's Mobile Layout for Business Pages Highlights Location - Posted April 23, 2013
Today Facebook has revealed a new layout for business pages on its mobile application that will help users find businesses while they're on the go. In the new version, a map of the nearest store location, company contact information, customer reviews, check-in data, and the company's business hours are near the top... [SocialTimes.com]

Facebook's Strategy: Growth In Desktop, Core, Mid-Core Games - Posted March 26, 2013
Facebook has a sizable share of the games market, but it wants more. Most of the people who pay for games on Facebook are casual gamers, with titles... [AllFacebook]

Facebook Disabled Website At HQ, Prompting Employees To Use Mobile - Posted March 22, 2013
Facebook has been big on dogfooding its employees, and it appears the latest round came when the company shut off its website internally, forcin... [AllFacebook]

SportStream Adds Facebook Integration For Winning App - Posted December 5, 2012
Sports fans are all over Facebook -- cheering through status updates, sharing content from team and athlete fan pages. ... [AllFacebook]

Study: 22 Percent Of Web Pages Reference Facebook - Posted July 10, 2012
Just how much influence does Facebook wield over the Web? According to a study by Zyxt Labs, a lot. ... [AllFacebook]

Advertisers: Facebook Still Not As Important As The Rest Of The Internet - Posted July 5, 2012
Despite some major companies throwing their support behind advertising on Facebook, several advertisers still feel that the social n... [AllFacebook]

Enterprise Companies Choosing Twitter Over Facebook [REPORT] - Posted May 8, 2012
Enterprise companies have to deal with the balance between happy employees who get to update their statuses on their lunch breaks, and enhancing productivity by blocking Facebook and Twitter altogether. And according to a recent report, companies are tar... [AllTwitter]

The Funny Trailer You Have to See -- Groupon: The Movie [Video] - Posted December 6, 2011
Have you seen the trailer for Groupon, the Movie? It's a comedy video made by Emily McGregor from the comedy group Comediva, and definitely strikes the right note about the addictive quality of Groupons. I'm sure all of you out there know somebody who's obsessed with storing up Groupons... [SocialTimes.com]

How Much Does The Internet Weigh? [Video] - Posted November 2, 2011
Have you ever stopped to ask yourself the question "how much does the Internet weigh?" After all, the Internet is huge. But most people assume that the Internet, which lives all around us, is weightless. Surprise--it's not! According to Michael of Vsauce, theoretica... [SocialTimes.com]

Surprise! Amazon Also Has A New Browser For Their Tablet - Posted September 28, 2011
As expected, today Amazon announced their new tablet called the Kindle Fire. As we reported earlier today, the Kindle Fire will cost $199, and will be available in Nove... [SocialTimes.com]

The Web is Anything But Dead - Posted June 16, 2011
A recent article comments on a statement made by Chris Anderson in Wired Magazine last year that "the web is dead." The article states, "Ten months later, events have shown that he couldn't ... [semanticweb.com]

How do Twitter Employees use Twitter? [Infographic] - Posted April 11, 2011
Would you be surprised to hear that Twitter employees use official Twitter apps to send and read their tweets much more often than the general public? Probably not, but that's what Business Insider found after looking into just how Twitter employees actually used Twitter. ... [10,000 Words]

How do Twitter Employees use Twitter? [Infographic] - Posted April 11, 2011
Would you be surprised to hear that Twitter employees use official Twitter apps to send and read their tweets much more often than the general public? Probably not, but that's what Business Insider found after looking into just how Twitter employees actually used Twitter. ... [AllTwitter]

Deseret News Gilbert: "Optimistic about the industry? No" - Posted September 29, 2010
Fresh off the heels of cutting 43 percent of Deseret News' staff, CEO Clark Gilbert spoke to a Dallas, Texas advertising conference about the future of media. Lets just say he doesn't have very many good things to say... [MediaJobsDaily]

A Giant Whooshing Sound - Posted April 21, 2010
Did you hear that sound this week? The giant whooshing sound? There was a great disturbance in the Force, as if thousands of Semantic Web academics, implementors and enthusiasts sighed in unison and their critics were silenced. I believe something wonderful has happened. With apologies to Mr. Lucas, I don't think that... [semanticweb.com]

LegalTech Descends on New York - Law.com - Posted January 29, 2010
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Morning Reading List 05.28.09 - Posted May 28, 2009
Good morning FishbowlDC! Happy Birthday to WaPo Publisher Katharine Weymouth Got a blind item, interesting link, funny note, comment, birthday, anniversary or anything of the sort for Morning Reading List? Drop us a line. Here's what we're reading this Thursday morning... TV | MAGAZINES | WEB | ... [FishbowlDC]

Is it Ever Okay to 'Sponsor' Blogger Coverage? - Posted March 3, 2009
Would you be skeptical about the objectivity of a blog post that had been 'sponsored' by a company that was perhaps the subject of the post in question? More to the point: is it a good idea to pay a blogger for coverage? It's a conversation more and more... [Fishbowl NY]

Is it Ever Okay to 'Sponsor' Blogger Coverage? - Posted March 3, 2009
Would you be skeptical about the objectivity of a blog post that had been 'sponsored' by a company that was perhaps the subject of the post in question? More to the point: is it a good idea to pay a blogger for coverage? It's a conversation more and more... [FishbowlNY]

Give Up Your Web Anonymity. Can Obama Do That? - Posted November 24, 2008
Obama was one of the first politicians to really leverage online social media to its full potential during his campaign for the presidential election, so you've got to admit that he knows a thing or two about maintaining an online reputation. And now that Obama is the president... [SocialTimes.com]

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