Archive | May, 2010

The Wall Street Journal

Avoiding Fallacies in Reporting: WSJ Example on Mashable

When was the last time you picked up a paper newspaper? That question came to my mind recently when I ran into an article by Lauren Indvik on Mashable titled “5 Ways to Monetize the Future of News Media. The article tries to explain the 5 major ways the news industry is trying to make […]

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How to Tweet more than 140 characters

One of the unique features of Twitter is that your status updates on Twitter, called Tweets, can have a maximum length of 140 characters. While considered a great selling point by many, others consider it a limitation because of the lengthy ideas and thoughts many people have. I myself [Bes Z] sometimes want to tweet […]

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Ronald Huereca & Matt Mullenweg

Ronald Huereca Interview

DISCLAIMER: This interview is presented purely for entertainment purposes. The claims and information in this interview have not been verified to be true or accurate. Nothing in this interview should be taken seriously, and no form of advice should be taken from anything in this interview. There is no evidence to prove the claims in […]

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How to connect your Facebook & Twitter accounts for Cross-Posting

We get asked a lot by our friends, contacts, Social Media clients, and a group of combination of all three, as to how one can connect their Facebook and Twitter accounts to cross-post. Cross-posting between Twitter & Facebook accounts means that if you tweet something on Twitter, it will get posted as a status on […]

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