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LinkedIn, Watered Down

The "professional" social network is apparently trying to become just another self-esteem machine. Read More »

Book Review – Google+ For Photographers By Colby Brown

Do you really want to learn to use Google+? Read More »

Will Sign-ups Soar with the New UK Google Plus TV Advert?

With the first Google+ ad being aired in the UK this weekend, will people be scrambling to sign up? Read More »

Proper Writing Skills Are Required By Employers Too

With unemployment over 8% those looking for jobs are trying hard to put their best foot forward, so should employers. Read More »

Picture Sharing — the New World Order

Picture taking has come a long way. New photo sharing apps are allowing us to connect as never before. Read More »

Does the Facebook Spam Wave Reflect Deeper Issues with User Habits?

Facebook's massive spread of spam was almost invited by users who didn't take precautions. Read More »

Arab World Order May Be Falling Apart

With Arabs demanding freedom in country after country, it may be impossible for all the sultans' horses and all the king's men to put the Middle East back together again. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: Networked: Carabella on the Run by Gerard Jones and Mark Badger

A cautionary comic sci-fi actioner about the steady erosion of our privacy rights. Read More »

Book Review: The Facebook Effect: The Inside Story Of The Company That Is Connecting The World by David Kirkpatrick

The short, phenomenal history of Facebook is laid out in this fine new tome. Read More »

Book Review: New New Media by Paul Levinson

Paul Levinson explores the next phase in the evolution of communication. Read More »