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Google+ vs Facebook: 10 reasons why Google+ is far better

As PCWorld rightly pointed sometime out last year, the comparison of Google+ vs Facebook (which the masses generally draw) is an uneven one. Google+ is a far bigger picture for Google than one might imagine: my own way of putting it, as I have said to many of my acquaintances, is that Google is on […]

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Why I prefer Twitter over Facebook. And why you might want to.

Like everyone dedicated enough to technology to have multiple accounts on websites across the internet (and I refer to the years when the convenient Login with Facebook button was not around) I am an economical user of both Facebook and Twitter—and more recently, Google+, but let me not go into that right now. Facebook was created to […]

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Your Facebook profile may be worth €15.000!

Quite a shocking revelation (or should I say calculation?) regarding the average Facebook profile: Today, Cologne-based lawyer Christian Solmecke draws our attention to an interesting area of copyright: the social networks. Perhaps this article is especially relevant for parents of young surfers. Millions of teenagers are currently communicating on the new social networks. Typically, they […]

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Three elements your blog can’t live without

Special thanks go to Angie Bowen of Pro Blog Design and Mark Thompson of 1st Web Designer for most of the resources cited in this article. Blog design and beginner tips for blogging are a dime a dozen; so why would you want to read this? Because it is different. Years ago, as a newbie blogger myself, […]

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This is what Facebook is for!

The social world online, I believe, is divided into three categories: Facebook fanatics (who live half their lives on Facebook,) Facebook users (who know their limits,) and Facebook ignorant (Facebook? What is that?) I watched The Social Network seven months after it was released (I got my hands on it only in May!) and thought […]

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