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Kim Kardashian vs. Me – Twitter Faceoff

As written for and published by Social Media Today Infographics for the Masses Thanks to Visual.ly, we can now all do it–create our very own infographic. The company’s latest release enables users to create an infographic almost instantly, based on their Twitter profile. This is one of what we socialites anticipate will be many web-based, user-generated infographics tools released […]

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CloudForce SF: Living Social’s Success with Social Media

Article first written for, and published as There’s a Rypple in the Water: Living Social’s Success with Social HR on Technorati. Social Media for HR  Last year we reported SalesForce.com’s acquisition of Rypple, a human resources solution that offers real-time feedback, coaching and recognition within a social network. I was able to learn more about a fresh case study on the software in San […]

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Twylah: Visual Twitter

Twitter Curation & Presentation Originally published in Business2Community What do Twitter and Pinterest have in common in terms of user experience?  Very little.  Enter, Twylah. Twylah is a Twitter curation and presentation tool. It enables you to create dynamic landing pages, or “Fan Pages” from your Twitter content. These pages derive from the trending topics you choose, […]

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Still Undecided: eBook, iPad or Tablet?

2011 will be a big year for digital publishing.  The whopping convergence of devices and technologies has everyone clamoring.  Even I am considering joining the bandwagon. Amazon’s Kindle ebook has been around for a few years now and has become Amazon’s most popular selling item in company history so that’s the tried and true.  I’m still iPad-less, because I’m […]