Tag Archive for 'social media'

Evgenie Morozov’s The Net Delusion.

I’ll not mince words here; Evgenie Morozov has fundamentally changed how I see great swaths of the Internet.

Two cars, two TVs… two Internets?

SOPA is scary, awful stuff but the sad truth is that very few people seem to care.

A fairly bulletproof social media strategy.

So what do you do if you’re an airline that wants to draw more people to your site? If you’re Finnair, you hold a contest and choose four lucky winners to travel the world and generate content for it.

The key, of course, is finding the right people. Which is why I’m entering…

Canadian carriers’ social media scam.

How exactly are packets of data from Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, Bebo, Flickr, Photobucket or LinkedIn different from packets from any other site or service?

There’s a term for this, isn’t there? Traffic shaping, if I’m not mistaken?

All about lifestreaming.

I’ve been tinkering with lifestreams on my home page — basically as a way for non-Facebook friends to quickly and efficiently see what I’m up to. Along the way I’ve learned a thing or two, and I’m more than happy to share what little I know…