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The Internet Could Be Closed For Business

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When I first started blogging and podcasting (in 2003), the Internet was both an open and a closed environment. People were publishing online journals and creating communities around very obscure areas of interest. An iPhone is useless without iTunes and the digital content to put on it. It's much easier to get trained on your iPhone by the people at Apple and buy your post-purchase care from them as well. iphone. online community. Once upon a time.

API Widget Economy: Social Media Business Podcast

Laurel Papworth

Companies that open their business databases and stream that data out, can have an army of hundreds of thousands (mostly) unpaid developers creating Facebook apps, iPhone apps and blog widgets to help sell their products and services.

My Oscar Moment: the 2015 Matrix Awards

Waxing UnLyrical

I wish my husband and I had gotten our act together enough to actually hit “record” on my iPhone (I know… seriously), so that I could share part of the day with you. So I share below the gist of what I said yesterday – in the company of many amazing area professionals, each a superstar in their own right – because you are a large part of my success. community embraced me when I was new here; as did San Francisco back in the day.

With 4 Days Before Blogger Social, I Bring You the 4×4 Meme

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

4 Jobs I’ve Had Right after college, I worked for a few months in tech support at a forex company in the Empire State Building. Prior to Austin (where I had to go outside the city in order to get Kosher food for SXSW), the last time I ate Indian food was in 2003. Building my first online community 4. 12484 SUBSCRIBERS FOLLOWERS Lijit Search Read more about The New Community Rules Get Techipedia on your iPhone or iPod touch!

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Social Media’s Redheaded Stepchild

Jeff Esposito

This is easy to understand given the fact that the HR community as well as PR people were among the dominant early adopters of the platform going back to its 2003 launch. LinkedIn allows organizations/companies to create a branded page where people can learn more about an organization, its staff, products and services for sale, or “follow” the organization so that they can receive timely updates on new happenings or staff changes. This is a guest post from Larry Jones.