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Facebook’s New “Memorialize” Option

October 30, 2009 by


By Laura Adrien What happens to our Facebook pages after we die? We’ve all considered some form of the question, but in the age of computers what happens to the pages of information we post on the web, to the profiles and accounts we’ve created? Social networking giant Facebook has recently addressed this issue by […]

Think You Can Beat The Monthly Fox Staff?

March 16, 2009 by


Pick your bracket on facebook and see if you can out-pick the sports writers along with the rest of the staff. Just follow this link to the pool. Don’t worry. It’s free and perfectly legal. You aren’t gambling.

LinkedIn: The New Facebook?

March 3, 2009 by


by Corey Major It seems like only yesterday that Katy Couric, Matt Lauer, and every other morning/evening newsie popculture program couldn’t stop talking about the infamous MySpace. You remember MySpace, right? The devil’s social networking website that has been corrupting our teenagers and threatening our American morals since 2004? You know, the evil twin brother […]

“Whoa, dawg! TMI!”

February 28, 2009 by


By Phil Meagher Online social-networks, blogs, and now Twitter. Whatever it was that once defined “Too much information” has skipped town. “Nude in Chair” by Dustin Watson. Twitter — a fast-growing social networking site whose primary function is similar to that of the “Update Your Status” tool on facebook — has become an online phenomenon; […]