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Study Says I'm Wrong About Social Networking In The Workplace

So, today I learned something.  Studies from top universities don't apply to the real world.A recent study from the University of Melbourne has "concluded" that those who surf the Internet for fun during office hours actually increase their productivity.  Read...

Facebook Workshop: Harnessing the Social Graph

This was actually one of the more disappointing tracks from this week at SES 2009 so far.  I don't mean to complain about Facebook any more than I already have on my blog, but for a company that is...

Search Engine Strategies Conference and Expo 2009 New York kicks off with twitter

I've been so busy recently with the daily grind at TMC that I completely forgot to mention that I will be attending the Search Engine Strategies Conference and Expo 2009 in New York City Tuesday through Thursday this week. In...

What Happens To My Facebook When I Die?

I've been pretty sick recently, and while thrashing in bed with fever, my mind tends to race across questions people normally don't ask.  During one such evening this week, my thoughts touched on the fact that there must be a...

Facebook is Killing Productivity

Hi, my name is Scott Bouchard, and I have a Facebook account.  So do most people plugged in these days. Actually, this morning on the TODAY Show, Mark Zuckerberg, the founder and CEO of Facebook, claimed that the social networking...

Welcome to the Inauguration Waiting Room

Like many people around the world, I've been trying to tune in to see the Inauguration of the 44th President of the United States of America via Internet.  CNN.com Live and Facebook have been advertising that they will be streaming...

New App Helps with Online Photo Privacy

A good majority of us are on Facebook, MySpace, or some other online social network.  For whatever reason, it has become very important to let everyone in cyberspace know what we've done, what we're doing, and what we're going to...