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Link: Social Media Tips From Grandma →

Chacho Puebla: When you´re younger you think you´ll never fall into that same kind of discourse, until you find yourself talking about stupid (cliché) stuff with your kid, about how important school is and if you don´t have a degree … Continue reading

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Defining Life with Social Media

Social media has done it’s part in bringing you closer to others almost instantly, but has left people pondering some fundamental questions about friends, connections, and conversations. How can these terms be more informed by the social media sites we use today? Should the social media sites like Facebook and Twitter help enhance our web experience with the information they have, or should a service be built on top of these technologies a better solution? Continue reading

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Link: Reflections on Privacy →

Jaimie Murdock: My ideal publishing model wouldn’t be about circles of people, but streams of tagged content. If there existed a service where you could follow a person, but mute certain content streams (such as local events, politics, etc.), we’d … Continue reading

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