Tagged: social networks

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loss: nothing is certain

It’s been a bit of a long blogless stretch, but there just seemed to be more important things to focus on than throwing out a few hundred words. Sadly, death has been a constant theme this month: Iran protests, the...

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facebook: 25 Things…

Unless you’re in that 1% online population that doesn’t have Facebook, I’m sure you’ve seen this: Rules: Once you’ve been tagged, you are supposed to write a note with 25 random things, facts, habits or goals about you. At the...

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video: Good ol’ days?

Something about the recent flood of alumni finding me on Facebook feels a bit like this moment from The Simpsons: Get the latest Flash Player to see this player. [Javascript required to view Flash movie, please turn it on and...

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facebook: It’s heeeeere!

No going back now, no matter how many protest groups are formed. The new Facebook has arrived and it’s here to stay. I do find it a little odd that they’ve, for the moment, kept the url as http://www.new.facebook.com/, but...

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10 points in Presence

When I used to play the RPG Vampire the Masquerade in both tabletop and LARP forms, there was a vampiric ability called Presence. It allowed the user to influence the emotions and actions of others. In terms of social networking,...

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There’s a protocol for these things

I saw this image over at Christopher’s blog and it just cracked me up this morning. Due to the slightly excessive partaking of happy hour cocktails last night ($2 rail drinks, oy vey) I’m moving a bit slowly this morning....

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On January 30th: The Reckoning

Myspace is for strippers that work from home. –- Wallstrip I will never get tired of that line. It should probably go on a t-shirt. Simon over at Bloggasm has finally had enough with myspace and I’m finding it really...

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Social Net-Waking?

The first sleep and wake up social networking site, where your friends’ alarm messages wake you up! —Sleep.FM I have no idea if it works, how it works, I’m tempted to sign up just because I was talking about being...

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missed disasters

“Japan finds itself in crisis, with our society and culture temporarily reverting to a pre-cyberunification era,” said Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe, communicating non-telekinetically for the first time in his nearly 150 years of post-cryogenic life. “Though many citizens have...