Good afternoon to Social Times readers across the globe. The weather seems to be shaping up (or at leas it is by me), which means most of you will be heading outdoors after work. However, before you do, be sure to take a look at the articles that made this week’s headlines list.
If you’re in Canada, be sure to take a look at Kelsey Blair’s Canadians Could Be Fined For Tweeting Election Results, But Can a Fine Stop Social Media? Also, if you are thinking about becoming a politician, would you post your house up on Facebook? Take a look at a politician that did in Katie Kindelan’s So This Politician Posted His House On Facebook.
If any of you would like to contribute to my selection each week, drop me an e-mail at cjarlotta”at”socialtimes.com for your suggestion.
Here are the top headlines and stories this week from the team at Social Times:
Monday, April 18, 2011
- Facebook Cashing In On User Data? What Do You the User, Think? (Privacy and Security) by Katie Kindelan
- Lady Gaga: At The Cutting Edge of Social Media…Yet Again (Marketing) by Todd Ogasawara
- The Hotlist: Want to Know Where Your Friends Are? (Social Media) by Kenna McHugh
Tuesday, April 19, 2011
- Watch The First Ever Social Film On Facebook [Interview] (Social Media) (Web Video)by Megan O’Neill
- What Will Wal-Mart Do With A Social Media Company? (Social Media) by Katie Kindelan
- 40% of Facebook Users Are Zynga Users…Just Zynga (Social Games) by CJ Arlotta
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
- New Services Let You Choose To Either Hide Your Digital Identify…Or Show It Off (Privacy and Security) (Social Media) by David Cohen
- The Mortal Kombat Effect: How A Private Fan Video Turned into a High Profile Web Series (Web Video) by Anthony Marcusa
- So This Politician Posted His House on Facebook… (Social Media) by Katie Kindelan
Thursday, April 21, 2011
- iPhone Is Tracking Its Location, What Does It Mean To You (Mobile) by Frank McPherson
- Kindle Library Lending Available from 11,000 U.S. Libraries Later This Year (Mobile) by Todd Ogasawara
- Can Sarah Palin Get Her Political Groove Back Through Social Media (Social Media) by Katie Kindelan
Here are our afternoon headlines for Friday, April 22, 2011:
- Microsoft & Nokia Sign Agreement Early-Acutely Aware of Time Pressure (Mobile) by Todd Ogaswara
- Friday Morning Laughs — Monopoly, Old Spice & A Hip Hop Pup (Web Video) By Megan O’Neill
- Canadians Could Be Fined For Tweeting Election Results, But Can a Fine Stop Social Media (Social Media) by Kelsey Blair