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On the same day it quietly rolled out an algorithm-based recommendations service , The New York Times added links to both its Facebook and Twitter accounts on its homepage. Now, two tiny logos — one for Facebook and one for Twitter — appear to the right of the words "Follow us" under the New York Times header. The logo is situated between a search box and, perhaps ironically, a text ad for home delivery. Lists of stories recommended by editors and one's Facebook friends are listed below. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Want to build positive relationships? Then make sure not to commit the following 10 things that disrupt relationships: Giving hurtful comments . Are you hurting others by your lack of tact? You might think that you’re being helpful, but your intentions might have hurt the other party instead. Put yourself in others’ shoes first.
Pulse News, by startup Alphonso Labs, has helped usher in a new way of consuming social news on mobile devices. A new Honeycomb version of the application was previewed for Android tablets in conjunction with Google's press event Wednesday. Alphonso Labs worked closely with Google to tap into the tablet operating system's differentiating features including Activity Fragments (as described below), home screen widgets, notifications and accelerated graphics.