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Links 1 through 10 of 18 by Ron Bieber tagged social

"Syrinx is a fully customizable twitter client designed for Leopard (OS X 10.5+). Syrinx is built from two ideals: efficient workflow and customization."

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"As the founder of Lares, a Colorado-based security consultancy, social-engineering expert Chris Nickerson is often asked by clients to conduct penetration testing of their on-site security. Nickerson leads a team which conducts security risk assessments in a method he refers to as Red Team Testing"

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"Now, Web-application developers can access product images, pricing and customer reviews, incorporating them in websites and blogs to provide a richer experience for their audience. "

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Article talking about how companies can make themselves look stupid using social media. Some points I agree, others I don't. I think comcasts twitter participation has been a positive thing. Same can be said for starbucks.

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"Now, I’d been aware of git (and also bazaar) for over a year, but had never taken the time to look at them properly. The reason was that whilst I wasn’t particularly happy with the fact that I had to hold my commits in my head until I got home with svn I had been able to work this way and get things done. I was also not convinced by what I considered “fad” Version Control Systems, and I didn’t relish the prospect of moving from one to another. "

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"Be transparent. Share your work constantly. Solicit feedback. Appreciate critiques. Let other people point out your mistakes. You are not your code. Do not be afraid of day-to-day failures — learn from them."

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"Twitteriffic" type application for Windows.

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"James Karl Buck helped free himself from an Egyptian jail with a one-word blog post from his cell phone."

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Digg clone software

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