Considering that I've been a loyal user of TweetDeck for some time now, the fact that Brizzly could potentially steal away my heart is a big deal.
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From multiple blogs to multiple service-oriented Twitter feeds and even community sponsorship, FedEx has made social media a priority.
Once I pull my head out of the clouds, I really do have to face the hard truth: Foursquare has some issues.
SocialChangeCamp's inaugural event, "How to Do More with Less: Leveraging Technology for Social Change," will take place Sept. 26
Despite a slow-down in tech spending, IDC forecasts a huge surge in online community software spending
TechCrunch50 came and went quickly after a flurry of demos and presentations from hopeful start-ups. This year's winner, RedBeacon, which helps people match a service to a reputable local business, took home the prize but there were eight other companies that struck my fancy during their presentations.
You've seen them: #journchat, #editorchat, #PR20chat, #blogchat -- the list is pretty long. The question is, do they do any more than create noise?
This isn't just an engagement platform. This is a business move.
I hope the decision makers in Government 2.0 come out to hear our successes and this is not another echo chamber.
If you ask Drew Olanoff, everything happens for a reason: including his cancer. And since he's the type of digital geek to share his life online anyway, he figured he'd include the community in his plight by creating #blamedrewscancer.