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Links 1 through 10 of 11 by Bryan Murley tagged facebook

"Yes, this is going to be one of the posts where the person writing says something along the lines of: “Gee, I don’t really blog much anymore. You should follow me on Twitter.”

Sorry about that in advance."

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"PostPost resembles the mobile app Pulse and the iPad app Flipboard — the difference being, PostPost is accessible through your web browser."

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"Point is, you can't use Facebook Messages like email because, while it interfaces with email, it's not email. This isn't necessarily a shortcoming of Facebook Messages; it's exactly how Facebook intends for it to work. But if you use your email for more in-depth conversations (as opposed to quick back-and-forth, chat-style conversations), or you like to communicate with the same person using different threads, it just won't work."

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"Google will no longer let other services automatically import its users' email contact data for their own purposes, unless the information flows both ways. It accused Facebook in particular of siphoning up Google contact data, without allowing for the automatic import and export of Facebook users' information."

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"As the Community Organizer 2.0 blog points out, “Most Facebook Fan Pages bring the visitor to the Wall. This is the equivalent of landing in the middle of a conversation. Wouldn’t it be better to open the door first with a special Welcome tab?”"

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"Colleges have for years been warning students to keep their Facebook and Myspace pages free of embarrassing photos or writings, but a more recent phenomenon is the emergence of concrete policies governing how faculty and other employees use social media."

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CNET's Caroline McCarthy provides an update on Facebook's TOS controversy.

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I'm always skittish with the term "irrevocable." via newmediajim and others on Twitter.

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