A Reuters article published today reports that Bill Tancer, a global research manager at Hitwise, has analyzed data from more than 10 million Internet users to determine some of the most relevant Web search trends. In addition to finding intricacies in people's behaviors related to natural disasters, fears and buying behaviors, Tancer states that searching for social networking sites has overtaken the search for Internet porn.
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If you still want to use the old Facebook you can -- for the time being, anyway.Dhanik Modi, a student at Virginia Tech, discovered this weekend an issue that causes Facebook to revert to the old version under Firefox 3.
While I do believe there is a better business model out there for corporate microblogging, Yammer is not it.
On one very dark day in August I noticed a significant drop to 61 subscribers. I gasped. What happened? Did I upset my readers?
Facebook announced that today is the day that it will start rolling out its new site to all of its 100 million users. According to the social network more than 30 million people are already using the new layout, which has brought about protests from other users.
Don't be surprised if Grandma sends you a Facebook gift for Christmas this year instead of a package of socks.The NPD Group, a market research firm, reported yesterday that its "Entertainment Trends in America" report shows that in the U.
Facebook sure isn't getting much love these days. As the social network continues to fight a multitude of security issues even its own loyal user base is turning against it with a quickly growing group called "I Hate the New Facebook" -- which now boasts near 600,000 members.
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