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Pinterest Founder: Early Adoption Works Differently Now Company plans to unveil redesigned profille pages soon

There’s no shortage of blinking display ads and giant billboards telling people what they want, but Pinterest co-founder Ben Silbermann said there needs to be more progress in helping people…

March 13, 2012, 3:08 PM EDT

Nike, Ford Among Facebook Timeline App Partners Nearly 3,000 Timeline apps launched

Nearly 3,000 apps have launched for Facebook’s timeline in the past two months, the company said Monday. But only a few seem to be for big, nonmedia brands so far. At…

March 12, 2012, 11:10 PM EDT

Pinterest Founder: Early Adoption Works Differently Now Company plans to unveil redesigned profile pages soon

There’s no shortage of blinking display ads and giant billboards telling people what they want, but Pinterest co-founder Ben Silbermann said there needs to be more progress in helping people…

March 12, 2012, 6:58 PM EDT

Advice for Brands From Twitter’s ‘Translator in Chief’ Twitter's editorial director says she pushes for more openness internally

The woman who once shaped the voice of Google, and now does the same for Twitter, had this to say to brands: Even when you fail, be as transparent as…

March 12, 2012, 5:06 PM EDT

Why the Mouse Blocks Us From Being Superhuman Geoloqi’s Amber Case on ambient location and new interfaces

If you haven’t ditched the mouse already, maybe it’s finally time. After all, according to Amber Case—noted cyborg anthropologist and founder of location-based mobile platform Geoloqi—it’s keeping you from being superhuman. During…

March 11, 2012, 6:23 PM EDT

The Foursquare Harry Potter Connection Foursquare still aiming to go mainstream by converting 'Muggles' -- non techies -- with deals

When Foursquare debuted at the South by Southwest Interactive conference in 2007, co-founder and CEO Dennis Crowley said, “We thought we were going to be embarrassed. …It was kitschy.” Instead, they…

March 10, 2012, 6:40 PM EST

Google+ Is Not a Ghost Town, Maybe You're Using It Wrong Google exec counters criticism about the social service

If Google+ looks like a ghost town to you, Vic Gundotra, Google’s svp of engineering, thinks the problem isn’t his social service, but you. During a one-on-one conversation at the South…

March 9, 2012, 5:52 PM EST

Heading to SXSW? 5 Trends to Watch Social discovery, social TV generating buzz this year

Is it really called work when so much of what you're doing involves barhopping and barbecue? It is when you're in Austin for South by Southwest. This week, the annual South…

March 9, 2012, 2:53 PM EST

Yahoo Goes Big With Bite-Size Web Shows Women are the target of 8 new original online series

Yahoo may be an Internet company, but it’s sounding an awful lot like a TV network. At its new New York office Tuesday morning, the company launched a full slate of…

October 4, 2011, 1:20 PM EDT

Are We on the Cusp of ‘Social Blindness’? New media expert: Most 'social' campaigns are really 'anti-social'

You might have millions of Facebook fans and Twitter followers, but that doesn’t mean your social media campaigns are actually, you know, social. Brian Solis, a new media expert and principal…

October 3, 2011, 6:39 PM EDT

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