Week of May 16 2011
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We live in a world of ever more change and choice , a world where we have far more opportunity than ever to achieve our potential.
As you probably know, LinkedIn has had a huge week. The company launched a wildly successful IPO, doubling the company’s valuation overnight .
Don't you think we could do a linkedin group to the SFcurators. May be it could add credibility to our monthly meeting. What do you think? by May 27
Update : This post has been republished on www.businessinsider.com .
This is a guest post from Lisa Larranaga, Research Development Coordinator at Cision. It’s well-known that newsrooms are shrinking but when ProPublica co-published a report with Columbia Journalism Review this month, it brought to light some theories on the implications of a PR-dominant nation. In large part, the report spells out the dangers it perceives in a world where journalists are few and the PR industry is plentiful.
Noah Berger for The New York Times
Twitter is focusing on generating revenue this year, as it rolls out geotargeted Promoted Products like Tweets, Accounts and Trends, and more affordable ads for smaller businesses.
correction appended T his year, Mark Pincus, the founder and C.E.O. of Zynga—the company that created the silly Facebook games FarmVille, CityVille, and Zynga Poker, the most popular online poker game in the world—had plans to spend the whole month of March at his ranch outside of Aspen. Pincus, who is himself, along with his company, devoted to the concept of “play” in theory, practice, and also as an extraordinarily lucrative business model, was determined to have fun.