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Is This What Social CRM 2.0 Looks Like?

Will robots talking to robots be the future of social networking? In the last few months one of the conversations about social CRM which has stuck in my mind was when someone told me that once they find their company...

Digg Layoffs Sad

I use Digg almost every day and find it to be a wonderful service that keeps me informed and helps me run my company more effectively. So I read with concern an article by Ed Silverstein on TMCnet which explains...

Facebook Sues Faceporn

Facebook has sued porn site Faceporn claiming trademark infringement. Facebook has said Faceporn is diluting the company's brand and has stolen their ideas such as their logo, wall trademark and site layout. Faceporn for its part has taken their site...

Facebook, Microsoft Kinect and Yahoo News of Note

Here are some stories worth reading on TMCnet today:Jaclyn Allard explains Microsoft has a $500M ad budget for Xbox Kinect and in my opinion this is one of the best new products I have seen in many years and creates...

Facebook Privacy in Sad Shape

The very notion that there is any privacy online should die quickly when you see the latest article on the matter from the Wall Street Journal which shows many apps on Facebook are not only sharing lots of personal information...

Social Networks and Political Contributions

A growing trend in politics is to allow donors to share their contributions with the world. I donated money to two candidates in as many days and at the end of each donation was a request to have me share...

Will 2012 Be The First Cashless Olympics?

According to WPP chief executive Sir Martin Sorrell, 2012 will probably be the first cashless Olympics. Moreover, he has thoughts on how the sheer size of the cell networks in Chnia and India will change the dynamics of Internet access....

Mark Zuckerberg from Facebook Reveals Much on 60 Minutes

If you missed the 60 Minutes interview with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, here are some things you need to know: The engineers engage in hackathons - allowing engineers to compete on programming tasks Speed chess and all-night programming are activities...

Facebook Phone

Why your next smartphone may be free Speculation abounds that Facebook is working on a phone and it seems more than logical to assume it will be based on Android and sold via carriers. In fact one would imagine AT&T...

iPad goes to China, Crooks Mine Facebook and ITEXPO Highlights

As the first week of the fall begins, there is a wealth of news to share such as China getting the iPad, Facebook status updates leading to burglaries, another high- level departure at Nokia and GoDaddy.com looking to sell itself...

Cisco Quad Points to Communications Future

With Twitter and Facebook entrenching themselves as the defacto social destinations for consumers there is a more quiet race betwen enterprise technology companies to position themselves as the next information hub for collaboration in the corporate world. I recently spent...

The Splinternet Grows. HTML5 to Slow it Down

The only thing we need now is an open HTML5 store which handles the billing for developers who want the widest audience possible as their creative work is monetized. In January of 2008 I used a term Splinternet to describe...

Facebook Outage

Facebook is experiencing a major rolling outage and repeated attempts by me on multiple devices on multiple networks from multiple IP addresses has shown the systems are in major flux with the most usual result being a timeout error. Users...

New Google Feature Rocks Your Social CRM World

As I sat to write this month's column for Customer Interaction Solutions Magazine I came across interesting news from Google that the company has decided to launch a new service called Google Realtime which was a feature of Google's search...

Move into Your Bathroom and Change Your Name to Avoid Tech Pitfalls

Apparently there is something called a tech addiction - at least that is what I heard as I was browsing the web from my iPad last night in bed while watching TV. I don't consider myself a tech addict as...

Changing The Rules (Again) to Save Newspapers

Many people are very fed up with the idea of changing the rules to save favored institutions - TARP, the bailing out of AIG, Citibank, GM, Chrysler and underwater homeowners at the expense of the companies and people who played...

Mind Your Mobile Camera and There is no Facebook Dislike Button

You go New York Times, there are a few stories the newspaper has run recently which are worthy of note and worth potentially sending to people who don't devour tech news for a living. The first is from this past...

Google Far More Feared than Microsoft

"What happens if Google chooses to come into your space with your own content?" I grew up at a time when companies were afraid of Microsoft because whenever they came up with a good idea, Redmond would copy it and...

Magazine Ads Significantly Influence the Wealthy to Purchase

A TMCnet team member sent me an article from Forbes which is titled Ultra Rich Spending Less And Chasing Quality and gives fascinating insight on what makes these people tick and moreover how they spend and how to influence them....

New Twitter Coupons

 The online coupon business is booming and the reason for its recent boost in success is 100% related to the economy. On the one hand customers have less money and need to shop for the best deals they can find....

SpaceNet, Angel.com, HyperOffice, Parature and other Video Interviews

Last week I was in DC and met with a number of companies in the surrounding area which I wrote about in this entry. In an effort to keep you up to date on more of the interviews I have...

Should Internet Censorship be Allowed?

 Book burning is one of the most horrific acts humans are capable of and when done by an oppressive regime with the goal being to keep information from reaching the hands of its citizens, all humans lose out. In the...

What Happens When BP Spills Coffee?

The web can be your worst enemy when you are a company at the center of an environmental tragedy and causing massive amounts of oil to destroy livelihoods and more. Recently I wrote about an effort by Greenpeace online to...

Leverage Social Influencers with Pursway

Human beings are extremely social creatures and the term social networking which we often tie to the electronic world of blogs, Facebook and Twitter is really just an extension of what humans did before the age of computers and interconnected...

Apple App Store the OPEC of the West

I try to always look out for my readers and as such I have been one of the harshest critics of closed app stores and how they could change the computing paradigm via censorship which is not good for users....
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