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What was Google thinking? When the search company launched Buzz a couple of months ago, engineers came up with what they thought was a clever way to kick-start the new social-networking service: They would build Buzz directly into Gmail. Kick-starter number two: Buzz would mine your contacts so you didn't land in a sterile service all by your lonesome (which is what happened with Google Wave). There was only one problem with that plan.
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There’s little doubt that Facebook and Twitter are the two most popular social networks worldwide.
A Facebook group accused of "praying" for the death of President Barack Obama has raised controversy online, with many calling for Facebook to remove the group as "offensive speech."
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La nuit du 11 mars, S.V. est mort asphyxié à la prison de Bochuz après avoir mis le feu à son matelas, et à cause de la lenteur des secours.
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Two weeks ago, Facebook has announced a major new initiative called Facebook Open Graph. This is an attempt to not only re-imagine Facebook, but in a lot of ways, an attempt to re-define how the Web works. We wrote in details about the implications of this move for all interested parties.
Wikipedia 's launching a new feature for English readers: The ability to create custom books from Wikipedia's huge bank of free content.
The problem appears to stem from Facebook's ability to add secret applications to members profiles – which then interact with other users and even off Facebook systems – without users even knowing about it. Perhaps worse, Infosecurity notes, there is no real easy way to stop this from happening. Usually, if a piece of software or unknown application is installed on your home or office computer, it is considered to be malware.
There has been a lot of speculation over the last couple of years about whether Google pays attention to the Meta Tags code on your website and while it has been obvious that the meta tags are not used as much by search engines as they once were, it is only now that there has been official confirmation that the Meta Keyword tag is in fact, useless. The Google Webmasters video below explains in further detail, but all is not lost – Google may still use the Meta Description tag as a description on their search results for your website. So, stop wasting your time with the Meta Keywords and instead spend your time optimizing your Meta Description or promoting your site using other methods.
Want to force anyone on Twitter to follow you (yes, even the wondrous Mr. Fry )? There's a hack for that, and it's damned simple. The thing is, it looks like it's kinda, sorta, maybe broken Twitter...and everyone has zero followers. Gizmodo just had a piece demonstrating the hack, which they speculate may be a layover code from Twitter's earlier days that's still in action.