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Facebook Credits a New Standard

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Christopher Weaver  -  
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Facebook is a company with a questionable business model. They make most of their cash by collecting personal information and selling it off to third party advertisers. Lots of people have problems with this, but ultimately it has become the standard for social media and is unavoidable. It seems as though they are trying to [&hellip

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Happy 10th Anniversary Wikipedia

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Wikipedia turns 10 on Jan. 15th 2011 Wikipedia, a website we all have grown to love, need, and rely on is going to have its 10th anniversary on January 15th. Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger are the co founders of Wikipedia, and they have revolutionized certain aspects of the internet very successfully. We once had [&hellip

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Facebook Updated Profiles go Live

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Facebook says you’re gonna like this new profile Late last year Facebook introduced a brand new way to view information about yourself and friends. Creating highlighted items, and displaying favorite activities that actually mean something to you. They’ve done a tremendous job recently in the advertising department, launching a new service called Facebook Ads. Improved [&hellip

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Trouble in Myspace

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MySpace goes through changes forcing them to layoff 50% of their employees. It seems as if all is not well in the world of Myspace. The owner company News Corp. is putting the screws to Myspace, which in turn is causing them to plan a massive company overhaul. This restructuring could possibly result in up [&hellip

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Apple Gives WikiLeaks the Boot.

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I’m sure you’ve heard about Visa, Mastercard, Paypal, and pretty much any other major financial institution cutting WikiLeaks from their services. Now add Apple to the list. On Tuesday, Apple announced that WikiLeaks was in violation of Apple’s terms of service. Apple Spokeswoman said that apps must “comply with all local laws and may not [&hellip

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