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Babble, Thoughts, Life and, oh yeah...Scraps!Babble, Thoughts, Life and, oh yeah...Scraps!

Digital Scrapbook Design freebies and also Facebook & Firefox Personas...

 
Frontiering TalkFrontiering Talk

Emerging marketing commentary, including Digital Strategy, Social media, mo...

 
Surviving in the Wired WorldSurviving in the Wired World

Information to keep you, your family and your information safe in a digital...

 
TechCrunchTechCrunch

Covering the latest tech news

 
BLOGBlokeBLOGBloke

The Original Blog Tips and Social Media Guide

 
MashableMashable

Focused exclusively on Web 2.0 and Social Media

 


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Back in June, we learned that Facebook was working on a subscription deal with The Wall Street Journal. Then in July, more news pointed to the social platform launching a news subscription service which would layer a paywall above Instant Articles. N...

While Facebook is, by far, the dominant “social” networking site, it’s rarely used for professional networking. Instead, people go to places like Microsoft’s LinkedIn when it comes time to look for a job or just put their resumés out there.

Alexis Madrigal describes What Facebook Did to American Democracy and why it was so hard to see it coming. Foreign exploitation of Facebook's ad system in the 2016 election was just the end result of Facebook's filter bubbles and its wildly successfu...

It's another week down and we're all a bit closer to death. Huzzah. While the moron-in-chief continues to systematically dismantle everything good and decent about our country, the tech industry did its part to help hasten that process alon...

If you operate a video-sharing site with millions of user-uploaded clips, it sounds like a great idea to use software that is smart enough to identify some of the faces in those videos. The clips would be indexed more accurately, you might be able to...

Facebook wants to be your portal to the world. It’s where you can connect (in a sense) with others, keep up with current events (through the filters of you and your friends’ personal biases), watch videos (of people doing their versions of videos...

Our data is being collected constantly, and unfortunately, many people don't know exactly what is being tracked our how its being used. Cybersecurity expert Ondrej Krehel explains how escaping the grasps of giant tech companies is a little more compl...