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LinkedIn is very excited to announce the launch of LinkedIn Today,
which delivers the day’s top news, tailored to you based on what
your connections as well as industry peers are reading and sharing.
If you only have five minutes to catch up on news, LinkedIn
Today can help you cut through all the clutter, so you can
discover the top headlines you need to read to be better informed everyday.

Category: Social Media | Views: 761 | Date: 11.03.2011

The Pulitzer Prize Board has announced several changes to the journalism
contest rules for 2011, spelling out the board’s interest in seeing entries
in all the journalistic formats that news organizations use to generate
impactful work.
The changes recognize the growing importance of visual
storytelling using video and other multimedia formats as well as the board’s ongoing
intention to honor the best journalism from eligible news organizations, regardless of format.

Category: Social Media | Views: 712 | Date: 22.12.2010

The sFund is the new $250 million Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers initiative
to invest in entrepreneurs inventing social applications and services.
Strategic partners in the sFund include Amazon, Facebook and Zynga, the
leading companies defining today's social and online environment; as
well as entertainment and media leaders Comcast, Liberty Media
and Allen & Company LLC. The sFund will provide financing, counsel and relationship
capital for the new generation of entrepreneurs to deliver on the promise of the social web.

Category: Social Media | Views: 793 | Date: 09.11.2010

4 International Media & Newspapers (4IMN) is an international directory

and search engine focusing on worldwide newspapers.

4IMN includes 7,000 Newspapers ranked by web popularity in 200 countries.


Category: Social Media | Views: 762 | Date: 29.07.2010

Pew Internet & American Life Project (February 03, 2010)
By Amanda Lenhart, Kristen Purcell, Aaron Smith, Kathryn Zickuhr




Since 2006, blogging has dropped among teens and young adults

while simultaneously rising among older adults. As the tools

and technology embedded in social networking sites

change, and use of the sites continues to grow, youth may

be exchanging ‘macro-blogging’ for microblogging with status updates.


Category: Social Media | Views: 829 | Date: 12.02.2010

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