Social Networking

I kinda like the new photostrip across the top on the new Facebook profile. But, it’s bizarre that they let me “control” which photos show up (by crossing out the ones I don’t want to show up), since a different set of photos show up depending on  the visitor of your page. My set looks […]

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November 10, 2010

in #Tech,Social Media,Social Networking

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Soooo. I’ve been trying to work on my “writing career” slowly but surely. The latest chapter in this walk is my interview with the totally awesome Tristan Walker of FourSquare: “Square Biz: The Silicon Valley Hustle of Tristan Walker, VP of Biz Dev at FourSquare” I pitched this interview to The Atlanta Post months ago, […]

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Twitter has been great this week! I woke up (kinda late) this morning, grouchy and pissed off. Logged onto Twitter and what did I see? ?uestlove of The Roots shouted out my other blog, VerySmartBrothas.com, on Twitter (he has over 1.3M followers)! And yesterday? I got a DM (private direct message) from Jaleel White. Yes, […]

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I am getting sick and tired of these sensationalist videos saying Google is evil. Part of the reason has to do with the fact that I’ve BEEN HAD this hypothesis for at least 3 years now, via John Battelle’s (5 year old!) book, The Search. Does anybody read these days? I guess not. Anyway. Battelle […]

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This week I had the honor and privilege of joining Scott Hanselman on his podcast, Hanselminutes, to talk about what it is I do for a living, as well as some diversity in tech talk. A basic rundown of the topics: My time at MIT How confident are we in Social Media Analytics/ROI? “That Guy”: […]

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My first piece for GRAMMY.com was posted on Friday! You can read it here: 10 Ways The GRAMMYs Are Taking Over The Social Web. It may or may not sound a bit over-indulgent, but I truly was impressed with all the social and digital initiatives the Recording Academy has produced. I spent an afternoon earlier […]

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A few days ago we installed the second round of additions to the WIRED SCIENCE Facebook application (which I discussed first here). We gave the application more elements (10 elements, instead of 5), more compounds (55 compounds instead of 15), and I redesigned the quiz algorithm (and added one more question). Take the test again […]

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Although it wasn’t quietly kept on my Twitter stream, yesterday was my birthday. I just wanted to take the time to thank all my followers on Twitter that sent me Happy Birthday tweets. Lately I have been pretty amazed at how your own personal Twitter families are at times an instant cheerleading section. On graduation […]

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It’s been pretty quiet over here at LizBdotscom. I wish I could say I’ve been doing big things, but no, not really. Just trying to survive these next few weeks. Still recovering from surgery. Some days are better than others, but don’t cry for me Argentina. I bought myself a Nikon D40 with an extra […]

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My WIRED SCIENCE Facebook app has been reviewed online, and the review was stellar! You can read it here: Wired Science app gets it right — big time Not only did we get a glowing 4.5 stars out of 5, but I think the reviewer totally understood what I was going for with the application’s […]

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