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2009.08.10 06:40 Social Network Services

Google Blogs Alert for: online social network

Murphy's Law: Do Open-Source Social Networks Matter? | Maximum PC
By David Murphy
MaximumPC.com is the best online resource for PC Columns. Visit Maximum PC and read about Murphy's Law: Do Open-Source Social Networks Matter?.
Maximum PC all RSS Feed - http://www.maximumpc.com/articles/all
Professional Network ResearchGate Is A LinkedIn For Scientists
By Leena Rao
Creating a social network for scientists is not a revolutionary idea—Academia.edu, Ologeez, and Lab Meeting are all startups that have developed variations of ... ... ResearchGATE also gives users the option to engage in online discussions by joining or forming groups. ResearchGATE also offers a few applications that help connect scientists in the virtual world. ReStory, similar to GoogleDocs, allows users to collaborate together with colleagues to write and edit ...
TechCrunch - http://www.techcrunch.com/
A response from the Wall Street Journal « Transforming the Gaz
By Steve Buttry
The use of social and business networking sites by Journal reporters and editors is becoming more commonplace, and we're eager to have our journalists participate in our own network, the new Journal Community (wsj.com/community). ... I'd like to remind you of some familiar ground rules, as well note some new ones that should guide all News Department employees' actions online, whether in Journal Community or in social-networking, e-email, personal blogs, or other sites ...
Transforming the Gaz - http://stevebuttry.wordpress.com/
'Lost,' 'Heroes' among leaders in power ratings
By By Steve McClellan, Adweek
"We're going to be really interested in the network's online video strategy," he said. "We're very interested in the cross-platform extensions for individual TV shows, which our power ratings indicate have a meaningful impact on their ... of network and cable TV programs to advertisers by going beyond the Nielsen TV ratings to look at factors such as program environment and viewer involvement, as well as by monitoring chatter on blogs and social networks about programs. ...
Hollywood Reporter - http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/index.jsp
WSJ Social Media Policy: Still Not Getting It
By Stan Schroeder
social-hub In a recent article, we've asked should your company have a social media policy? Well, today the Wall Street Journal gave its answer to that question by issuing a lengthy list of rules of conduct on social networks, .... Seeing as the WSJ has a pretty successful online subscription model (one of the few), is holding its own on the paper subscription side (one of the only), and is owned by a guy who monetizes the crap out of everything he buys, I'm guessing News ...
Mashable! - http://mashable.com/
MediaPost Publications Tropicana Juices Women's Communities 05/14/2009
By Laurie Sullivan
Tropicana Trop50 will tap the reach and the influence of two large online social communities geared toward women -- BlogHer and iVillage. This campaign will provide Tropicana with access to direct feedback from female consumers, ... The Women's Network had 22.6 million visitors in April 2009. BlogHer had 6 million unique visitors in April 2009. Both figures are for U.S. visitors only, according to comScore. The Juice will serve as an online forum for women to share and ...
MediaPost | Online Media News - http://www.mediapost.com/publications/


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2009.08.06 00:57 Social Network Services

Google Blogs Alert for: online social network

Murphy's Law: Do Open-Source Social Networks Matter? | Maximum PC
By David Murphy
MaximumPC.com is the best online resource for PC Columns. Visit Maximum PC and read about Murphy's Law: Do Open-Source Social Networks Matter?.
Maximum PC all RSS Feed - http://www.maximumpc.com/articles/all
Professional Network ResearchGate Is A LinkedIn For Scientists
By Leena Rao
Creating a social network for scientists is not a revolutionary idea—Academia.edu, Ologeez, and Lab Meeting are all startups that have developed variations of ... ... ResearchGATE also gives users the option to engage in online discussions by joining or forming groups. ResearchGATE also offers a few applications that help connect scientists in the virtual world. ReStory, similar to GoogleDocs, allows users to collaborate together with colleagues to write and edit ...
TechCrunch - http://www.techcrunch.com/
A response from the Wall Street Journal « Transforming the Gaz
By Steve Buttry
The use of social and business networking sites by Journal reporters and editors is becoming more commonplace, and we're eager to have our journalists participate in our own network, the new Journal Community (wsj.com/community). ... I'd like to remind you of some familiar ground rules, as well note some new ones that should guide all News Department employees' actions online, whether in Journal Community or in social-networking, e-email, personal blogs, or other sites ...
Transforming the Gaz - http://stevebuttry.wordpress.com/
'Lost,' 'Heroes' among leaders in power ratings
By By Steve McClellan, Adweek
"We're going to be really interested in the network's online video strategy," he said. "We're very interested in the cross-platform extensions for individual TV shows, which our power ratings indicate have a meaningful impact on their ... of network and cable TV programs to advertisers by going beyond the Nielsen TV ratings to look at factors such as program environment and viewer involvement, as well as by monitoring chatter on blogs and social networks about programs. ...
Hollywood Reporter - http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/index.jsp
WSJ Social Media Policy: Still Not Getting It
By Stan Schroeder
social-hub In a recent article, we've asked should your company have a social media policy? Well, today the Wall Street Journal gave its answer to that question by issuing a lengthy list of rules of conduct on social networks, .... Seeing as the WSJ has a pretty successful online subscription model (one of the few), is holding its own on the paper subscription side (one of the only), and is owned by a guy who monetizes the crap out of everything he buys, I'm guessing News ...
Mashable! - http://mashable.com/
MediaPost Publications Tropicana Juices Women's Communities 05/14/2009
By Laurie Sullivan
Tropicana Trop50 will tap the reach and the influence of two large online social communities geared toward women -- BlogHer and iVillage. This campaign will provide Tropicana with access to direct feedback from female consumers, ... The Women's Network had 22.6 million visitors in April 2009. BlogHer had 6 million unique visitors in April 2009. Both figures are for U.S. visitors only, according to comScore. The Juice will serve as an online forum for women to share and ...
MediaPost | Online Media News - http://www.mediapost.com/publications/


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2009.07.15 09:15 Social Network Services

Google Blogs Alert for: online social network

Murphy's Law: Do Open-Source Social Networks Matter? | Maximum PC
By David Murphy
MaximumPC.com is the best online resource for PC Columns. Visit Maximum PC and read about Murphy's Law: Do Open-Source Social Networks Matter?.
Maximum PC all RSS Feed - http://www.maximumpc.com/articles/all
Professional Network ResearchGate Is A LinkedIn For Scientists
By Leena Rao
Creating a social network for scientists is not a revolutionary idea—Academia.edu, Ologeez, and Lab Meeting are all startups that have developed variations of ... ... ResearchGATE also gives users the option to engage in online discussions by joining or forming groups. ResearchGATE also offers a few applications that help connect scientists in the virtual world. ReStory, similar to GoogleDocs, allows users to collaborate together with colleagues to write and edit ...
TechCrunch - http://www.techcrunch.com/
A response from the Wall Street Journal « Transforming the Gaz
By Steve Buttry
The use of social and business networking sites by Journal reporters and editors is becoming more commonplace, and we're eager to have our journalists participate in our own network, the new Journal Community (wsj.com/community). ... I'd like to remind you of some familiar ground rules, as well note some new ones that should guide all News Department employees' actions online, whether in Journal Community or in social-networking, e-email, personal blogs, or other sites ...
Transforming the Gaz - http://stevebuttry.wordpress.com/
'Lost,' 'Heroes' among leaders in power ratings
By By Steve McClellan, Adweek
"We're going to be really interested in the network's online video strategy," he said. "We're very interested in the cross-platform extensions for individual TV shows, which our power ratings indicate have a meaningful impact on their ... of network and cable TV programs to advertisers by going beyond the Nielsen TV ratings to look at factors such as program environment and viewer involvement, as well as by monitoring chatter on blogs and social networks about programs. ...
Hollywood Reporter - http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/index.jsp
WSJ Social Media Policy: Still Not Getting It
By Stan Schroeder
social-hub In a recent article, we've asked should your company have a social media policy? Well, today the Wall Street Journal gave its answer to that question by issuing a lengthy list of rules of conduct on social networks, .... Seeing as the WSJ has a pretty successful online subscription model (one of the few), is holding its own on the paper subscription side (one of the only), and is owned by a guy who monetizes the crap out of everything he buys, I'm guessing News ...
Mashable! - http://mashable.com/
MediaPost Publications Tropicana Juices Women's Communities 05/14/2009
By Laurie Sullivan
Tropicana Trop50 will tap the reach and the influence of two large online social communities geared toward women -- BlogHer and iVillage. This campaign will provide Tropicana with access to direct feedback from female consumers, ... The Women's Network had 22.6 million visitors in April 2009. BlogHer had 6 million unique visitors in April 2009. Both figures are for U.S. visitors only, according to comScore. The Juice will serve as an online forum for women to share and ...
MediaPost | Online Media News - http://www.mediapost.com/publications/


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posted by jonggunLee
2009.07.13 07:45 Social Network Services

Google Blogs Alert for: online social network

Murphy's Law: Do Open-Source Social Networks Matter? | Maximum PC
By David Murphy
MaximumPC.com is the best online resource for PC Columns. Visit Maximum PC and read about Murphy's Law: Do Open-Source Social Networks Matter?.
Maximum PC all RSS Feed - http://www.maximumpc.com/articles/all
Professional Network ResearchGate Is A LinkedIn For Scientists
By Leena Rao
Creating a social network for scientists is not a revolutionary idea—Academia.edu, Ologeez, and Lab Meeting are all startups that have developed variations of ... ... ResearchGATE also gives users the option to engage in online discussions by joining or forming groups. ResearchGATE also offers a few applications that help connect scientists in the virtual world. ReStory, similar to GoogleDocs, allows users to collaborate together with colleagues to write and edit ...
TechCrunch - http://www.techcrunch.com/
A response from the Wall Street Journal « Transforming the Gaz
By Steve Buttry
The use of social and business networking sites by Journal reporters and editors is becoming more commonplace, and we're eager to have our journalists participate in our own network, the new Journal Community (wsj.com/community). ... I'd like to remind you of some familiar ground rules, as well note some new ones that should guide all News Department employees' actions online, whether in Journal Community or in social-networking, e-email, personal blogs, or other sites ...
Transforming the Gaz - http://stevebuttry.wordpress.com/
'Lost,' 'Heroes' among leaders in power ratings
By By Steve McClellan, Adweek
"We're going to be really interested in the network's online video strategy," he said. "We're very interested in the cross-platform extensions for individual TV shows, which our power ratings indicate have a meaningful impact on their ... of network and cable TV programs to advertisers by going beyond the Nielsen TV ratings to look at factors such as program environment and viewer involvement, as well as by monitoring chatter on blogs and social networks about programs. ...
Hollywood Reporter - http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/index.jsp
WSJ Social Media Policy: Still Not Getting It
By Stan Schroeder
social-hub In a recent article, we've asked should your company have a social media policy? Well, today the Wall Street Journal gave its answer to that question by issuing a lengthy list of rules of conduct on social networks, .... Seeing as the WSJ has a pretty successful online subscription model (one of the few), is holding its own on the paper subscription side (one of the only), and is owned by a guy who monetizes the crap out of everything he buys, I'm guessing News ...
Mashable! - http://mashable.com/
MediaPost Publications Tropicana Juices Women's Communities 05/14/2009
By Laurie Sullivan
Tropicana Trop50 will tap the reach and the influence of two large online social communities geared toward women -- BlogHer and iVillage. This campaign will provide Tropicana with access to direct feedback from female consumers, ... The Women's Network had 22.6 million visitors in April 2009. BlogHer had 6 million unique visitors in April 2009. Both figures are for U.S. visitors only, according to comScore. The Juice will serve as an online forum for women to share and ...
MediaPost | Online Media News - http://www.mediapost.com/publications/


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2009.07.12 07:06 Social Network Services

Google Blogs Alert for: online social network

Murphy's Law: Do Open-Source Social Networks Matter? | Maximum PC
By David Murphy
MaximumPC.com is the best online resource for PC Columns. Visit Maximum PC and read about Murphy's Law: Do Open-Source Social Networks Matter?.
Maximum PC all RSS Feed - http://www.maximumpc.com/articles/all
Professional Network ResearchGate Is A LinkedIn For Scientists
By Leena Rao
Creating a social network for scientists is not a revolutionary idea—Academia.edu, Ologeez, and Lab Meeting are all startups that have developed variations of ... ... ResearchGATE also gives users the option to engage in online discussions by joining or forming groups. ResearchGATE also offers a few applications that help connect scientists in the virtual world. ReStory, similar to GoogleDocs, allows users to collaborate together with colleagues to write and edit ...
TechCrunch - http://www.techcrunch.com/
A response from the Wall Street Journal « Transforming the Gaz
By Steve Buttry
The use of social and business networking sites by Journal reporters and editors is becoming more commonplace, and we're eager to have our journalists participate in our own network, the new Journal Community (wsj.com/community). ... I'd like to remind you of some familiar ground rules, as well note some new ones that should guide all News Department employees' actions online, whether in Journal Community or in social-networking, e-email, personal blogs, or other sites ...
Transforming the Gaz - http://stevebuttry.wordpress.com/
'Lost,' 'Heroes' among leaders in power ratings
By By Steve McClellan, Adweek
"We're going to be really interested in the network's online video strategy," he said. "We're very interested in the cross-platform extensions for individual TV shows, which our power ratings indicate have a meaningful impact on their ... of network and cable TV programs to advertisers by going beyond the Nielsen TV ratings to look at factors such as program environment and viewer involvement, as well as by monitoring chatter on blogs and social networks about programs. ...
Hollywood Reporter - http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/index.jsp
WSJ Social Media Policy: Still Not Getting It
By Stan Schroeder
social-hub In a recent article, we've asked should your company have a social media policy? Well, today the Wall Street Journal gave its answer to that question by issuing a lengthy list of rules of conduct on social networks, .... Seeing as the WSJ has a pretty successful online subscription model (one of the few), is holding its own on the paper subscription side (one of the only), and is owned by a guy who monetizes the crap out of everything he buys, I'm guessing News ...
Mashable! - http://mashable.com/
MediaPost Publications Tropicana Juices Women's Communities 05/14/2009
By Laurie Sullivan
Tropicana Trop50 will tap the reach and the influence of two large online social communities geared toward women -- BlogHer and iVillage. This campaign will provide Tropicana with access to direct feedback from female consumers, ... The Women's Network had 22.6 million visitors in April 2009. BlogHer had 6 million unique visitors in April 2009. Both figures are for U.S. visitors only, according to comScore. The Juice will serve as an online forum for women to share and ...
MediaPost | Online Media News - http://www.mediapost.com/publications/


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posted by jonggunLee
2009.07.11 06:33 Social Network Services

Google Blogs Alert for: online social network

Murphy's Law: Do Open-Source Social Networks Matter? | Maximum PC
By David Murphy
MaximumPC.com is the best online resource for PC Columns. Visit Maximum PC and read about Murphy's Law: Do Open-Source Social Networks Matter?.
Maximum PC all RSS Feed - http://www.maximumpc.com/articles/all
Professional Network ResearchGate Is A LinkedIn For Scientists
By Leena Rao
Creating a social network for scientists is not a revolutionary idea—Academia.edu, Ologeez, and Lab Meeting are all startups that have developed variations of ... ... ResearchGATE also gives users the option to engage in online discussions by joining or forming groups. ResearchGATE also offers a few applications that help connect scientists in the virtual world. ReStory, similar to GoogleDocs, allows users to collaborate together with colleagues to write and edit ...
TechCrunch - http://www.techcrunch.com/
A response from the Wall Street Journal « Transforming the Gaz
By Steve Buttry
The use of social and business networking sites by Journal reporters and editors is becoming more commonplace, and we're eager to have our journalists participate in our own network, the new Journal Community (wsj.com/community). ... I'd like to remind you of some familiar ground rules, as well note some new ones that should guide all News Department employees' actions online, whether in Journal Community or in social-networking, e-email, personal blogs, or other sites ...
Transforming the Gaz - http://stevebuttry.wordpress.com/
'Lost,' 'Heroes' among leaders in power ratings
By By Steve McClellan, Adweek
"We're going to be really interested in the network's online video strategy," he said. "We're very interested in the cross-platform extensions for individual TV shows, which our power ratings indicate have a meaningful impact on their ... of network and cable TV programs to advertisers by going beyond the Nielsen TV ratings to look at factors such as program environment and viewer involvement, as well as by monitoring chatter on blogs and social networks about programs. ...
Hollywood Reporter - http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/index.jsp
WSJ Social Media Policy: Still Not Getting It
By Stan Schroeder
social-hub In a recent article, we've asked should your company have a social media policy? Well, today the Wall Street Journal gave its answer to that question by issuing a lengthy list of rules of conduct on social networks, .... Seeing as the WSJ has a pretty successful online subscription model (one of the few), is holding its own on the paper subscription side (one of the only), and is owned by a guy who monetizes the crap out of everything he buys, I'm guessing News ...
Mashable! - http://mashable.com/
MediaPost Publications Tropicana Juices Women's Communities 05/14/2009
By Laurie Sullivan
Tropicana Trop50 will tap the reach and the influence of two large online social communities geared toward women -- BlogHer and iVillage. This campaign will provide Tropicana with access to direct feedback from female consumers, ... The Women's Network had 22.6 million visitors in April 2009. BlogHer had 6 million unique visitors in April 2009. Both figures are for U.S. visitors only, according to comScore. The Juice will serve as an online forum for women to share and ...
MediaPost | Online Media News - http://www.mediapost.com/publications/


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posted by jonggunLee
2009.07.10 05:35 Social Network Services

Google Blogs Alert for: online social network

Murphy's Law: Do Open-Source Social Networks Matter? | Maximum PC
By David Murphy
MaximumPC.com is the best online resource for PC Columns. Visit Maximum PC and read about Murphy's Law: Do Open-Source Social Networks Matter?.
Maximum PC all RSS Feed - http://www.maximumpc.com/articles/all
Professional Network ResearchGate Is A LinkedIn For Scientists
By Leena Rao
Creating a social network for scientists is not a revolutionary idea—Academia.edu, Ologeez, and Lab Meeting are all startups that have developed variations of ... ... ResearchGATE also gives users the option to engage in online discussions by joining or forming groups. ResearchGATE also offers a few applications that help connect scientists in the virtual world. ReStory, similar to GoogleDocs, allows users to collaborate together with colleagues to write and edit ...
TechCrunch - http://www.techcrunch.com/
A response from the Wall Street Journal « Transforming the Gaz
By Steve Buttry
The use of social and business networking sites by Journal reporters and editors is becoming more commonplace, and we're eager to have our journalists participate in our own network, the new Journal Community (wsj.com/community). ... I'd like to remind you of some familiar ground rules, as well note some new ones that should guide all News Department employees' actions online, whether in Journal Community or in social-networking, e-email, personal blogs, or other sites ...
Transforming the Gaz - http://stevebuttry.wordpress.com/
'Lost,' 'Heroes' among leaders in power ratings
By By Steve McClellan, Adweek
"We're going to be really interested in the network's online video strategy," he said. "We're very interested in the cross-platform extensions for individual TV shows, which our power ratings indicate have a meaningful impact on their ... of network and cable TV programs to advertisers by going beyond the Nielsen TV ratings to look at factors such as program environment and viewer involvement, as well as by monitoring chatter on blogs and social networks about programs. ...
Hollywood Reporter - http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/index.jsp
WSJ Social Media Policy: Still Not Getting It
By Stan Schroeder
social-hub In a recent article, we've asked should your company have a social media policy? Well, today the Wall Street Journal gave its answer to that question by issuing a lengthy list of rules of conduct on social networks, .... Seeing as the WSJ has a pretty successful online subscription model (one of the few), is holding its own on the paper subscription side (one of the only), and is owned by a guy who monetizes the crap out of everything he buys, I'm guessing News ...
Mashable! - http://mashable.com/
MediaPost Publications Tropicana Juices Women's Communities 05/14/2009
By Laurie Sullivan
Tropicana Trop50 will tap the reach and the influence of two large online social communities geared toward women -- BlogHer and iVillage. This campaign will provide Tropicana with access to direct feedback from female consumers, ... The Women's Network had 22.6 million visitors in April 2009. BlogHer had 6 million unique visitors in April 2009. Both figures are for U.S. visitors only, according to comScore. The Juice will serve as an online forum for women to share and ...
MediaPost | Online Media News - http://www.mediapost.com/publications/


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posted by jonggunLee
2009.07.09 04:30 Social Network Services

Google Blogs Alert for: online social network

Murphy's Law: Do Open-Source Social Networks Matter? | Maximum PC
By David Murphy
MaximumPC.com is the best online resource for PC Columns. Visit Maximum PC and read about Murphy's Law: Do Open-Source Social Networks Matter?.
Maximum PC all RSS Feed - http://www.maximumpc.com/articles/all
Professional Network ResearchGate Is A LinkedIn For Scientists
By Leena Rao
Creating a social network for scientists is not a revolutionary idea—Academia.edu, Ologeez, and Lab Meeting are all startups that have developed variations of ... ... ResearchGATE also gives users the option to engage in online discussions by joining or forming groups. ResearchGATE also offers a few applications that help connect scientists in the virtual world. ReStory, similar to GoogleDocs, allows users to collaborate together with colleagues to write and edit ...
TechCrunch - http://www.techcrunch.com/
A response from the Wall Street Journal « Transforming the Gaz
By Steve Buttry
The use of social and business networking sites by Journal reporters and editors is becoming more commonplace, and we're eager to have our journalists participate in our own network, the new Journal Community (wsj.com/community). ... I'd like to remind you of some familiar ground rules, as well note some new ones that should guide all News Department employees' actions online, whether in Journal Community or in social-networking, e-email, personal blogs, or other sites ...
Transforming the Gaz - http://stevebuttry.wordpress.com/
'Lost,' 'Heroes' among leaders in power ratings
By By Steve McClellan, Adweek
"We're going to be really interested in the network's online video strategy," he said. "We're very interested in the cross-platform extensions for individual TV shows, which our power ratings indicate have a meaningful impact on their ... of network and cable TV programs to advertisers by going beyond the Nielsen TV ratings to look at factors such as program environment and viewer involvement, as well as by monitoring chatter on blogs and social networks about programs. ...
Hollywood Reporter - http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/index.jsp
WSJ Social Media Policy: Still Not Getting It
By Stan Schroeder
social-hub In a recent article, we've asked should your company have a social media policy? Well, today the Wall Street Journal gave its answer to that question by issuing a lengthy list of rules of conduct on social networks, .... Seeing as the WSJ has a pretty successful online subscription model (one of the few), is holding its own on the paper subscription side (one of the only), and is owned by a guy who monetizes the crap out of everything he buys, I'm guessing News ...
Mashable! - http://mashable.com/
MediaPost Publications Tropicana Juices Women's Communities 05/14/2009
By Laurie Sullivan
Tropicana Trop50 will tap the reach and the influence of two large online social communities geared toward women -- BlogHer and iVillage. This campaign will provide Tropicana with access to direct feedback from female consumers, ... The Women's Network had 22.6 million visitors in April 2009. BlogHer had 6 million unique visitors in April 2009. Both figures are for U.S. visitors only, according to comScore. The Juice will serve as an online forum for women to share and ...
MediaPost | Online Media News - http://www.mediapost.com/publications/


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posted by jonggunLee
2009.07.08 03:46 Social Network Services

Google Blogs Alert for: online social network

Murphy's Law: Do Open-Source Social Networks Matter? | Maximum PC
By David Murphy
MaximumPC.com is the best online resource for PC Columns. Visit Maximum PC and read about Murphy's Law: Do Open-Source Social Networks Matter?.
Maximum PC all RSS Feed - http://www.maximumpc.com/articles/all
Professional Network ResearchGate Is A LinkedIn For Scientists
By Leena Rao
Creating a social network for scientists is not a revolutionary idea—Academia.edu, Ologeez, and Lab Meeting are all startups that have developed variations of ... ... ResearchGATE also gives users the option to engage in online discussions by joining or forming groups. ResearchGATE also offers a few applications that help connect scientists in the virtual world. ReStory, similar to GoogleDocs, allows users to collaborate together with colleagues to write and edit ...
TechCrunch - http://www.techcrunch.com/
A response from the Wall Street Journal « Transforming the Gaz
By Steve Buttry
The use of social and business networking sites by Journal reporters and editors is becoming more commonplace, and we're eager to have our journalists participate in our own network, the new Journal Community (wsj.com/community). ... I'd like to remind you of some familiar ground rules, as well note some new ones that should guide all News Department employees' actions online, whether in Journal Community or in social-networking, e-email, personal blogs, or other sites ...
Transforming the Gaz - http://stevebuttry.wordpress.com/
'Lost,' 'Heroes' among leaders in power ratings
By By Steve McClellan, Adweek
"We're going to be really interested in the network's online video strategy," he said. "We're very interested in the cross-platform extensions for individual TV shows, which our power ratings indicate have a meaningful impact on their ... of network and cable TV programs to advertisers by going beyond the Nielsen TV ratings to look at factors such as program environment and viewer involvement, as well as by monitoring chatter on blogs and social networks about programs. ...
Hollywood Reporter - http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/index.jsp
WSJ Social Media Policy: Still Not Getting It
By Stan Schroeder
social-hub In a recent article, we've asked should your company have a social media policy? Well, today the Wall Street Journal gave its answer to that question by issuing a lengthy list of rules of conduct on social networks, .... Seeing as the WSJ has a pretty successful online subscription model (one of the few), is holding its own on the paper subscription side (one of the only), and is owned by a guy who monetizes the crap out of everything he buys, I'm guessing News ...
Mashable! - http://mashable.com/
MediaPost Publications Tropicana Juices Women's Communities 05/14/2009
By Laurie Sullivan
Tropicana Trop50 will tap the reach and the influence of two large online social communities geared toward women -- BlogHer and iVillage. This campaign will provide Tropicana with access to direct feedback from female consumers, ... The Women's Network had 22.6 million visitors in April 2009. BlogHer had 6 million unique visitors in April 2009. Both figures are for U.S. visitors only, according to comScore. The Juice will serve as an online forum for women to share and ...
MediaPost | Online Media News - http://www.mediapost.com/publications/


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posted by jonggunLee
2009.07.07 02:21 Social Network Services

Google Blogs Alert for: online social network

Murphy's Law: Do Open-Source Social Networks Matter? | Maximum PC
By David Murphy
MaximumPC.com is the best online resource for PC Columns. Visit Maximum PC and read about Murphy's Law: Do Open-Source Social Networks Matter?.
Maximum PC all RSS Feed - http://www.maximumpc.com/articles/all
Professional Network ResearchGate Is A LinkedIn For Scientists
By Leena Rao
Creating a social network for scientists is not a revolutionary idea—Academia.edu, Ologeez, and Lab Meeting are all startups that have developed variations of ... ... ResearchGATE also gives users the option to engage in online discussions by joining or forming groups. ResearchGATE also offers a few applications that help connect scientists in the virtual world. ReStory, similar to GoogleDocs, allows users to collaborate together with colleagues to write and edit ...
TechCrunch - http://www.techcrunch.com/
A response from the Wall Street Journal « Transforming the Gaz
By Steve Buttry
The use of social and business networking sites by Journal reporters and editors is becoming more commonplace, and we're eager to have our journalists participate in our own network, the new Journal Community (wsj.com/community). ... I'd like to remind you of some familiar ground rules, as well note some new ones that should guide all News Department employees' actions online, whether in Journal Community or in social-networking, e-email, personal blogs, or other sites ...
Transforming the Gaz - http://stevebuttry.wordpress.com/
'Lost,' 'Heroes' among leaders in power ratings
By By Steve McClellan, Adweek
"We're going to be really interested in the network's online video strategy," he said. "We're very interested in the cross-platform extensions for individual TV shows, which our power ratings indicate have a meaningful impact on their ... of network and cable TV programs to advertisers by going beyond the Nielsen TV ratings to look at factors such as program environment and viewer involvement, as well as by monitoring chatter on blogs and social networks about programs. ...
Hollywood Reporter - http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/index.jsp
WSJ Social Media Policy: Still Not Getting It
By Stan Schroeder
social-hub In a recent article, we've asked should your company have a social media policy? Well, today the Wall Street Journal gave its answer to that question by issuing a lengthy list of rules of conduct on social networks, .... Seeing as the WSJ has a pretty successful online subscription model (one of the few), is holding its own on the paper subscription side (one of the only), and is owned by a guy who monetizes the crap out of everything he buys, I'm guessing News ...
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MediaPost Publications Tropicana Juices Women's Communities 05/14/2009
By Laurie Sullivan
Tropicana Trop50 will tap the reach and the influence of two large online social communities geared toward women -- BlogHer and iVillage. This campaign will provide Tropicana with access to direct feedback from female consumers, ... The Women's Network had 22.6 million visitors in April 2009. BlogHer had 6 million unique visitors in April 2009. Both figures are for U.S. visitors only, according to comScore. The Juice will serve as an online forum for women to share and ...
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