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Ethics, Social Networks and Make up

01.03.08 Posted in blogger ethics, disclosure, facebook, Large Blog, loren feldman, myspace, plaxo, robert scoble, social networks, twitter, word of mouth by

After watching Loren Feldman’s live show tonight, I’ve decided that I don’t want to bother discussing the Facebook/Robert Scoble incident. There’s nothing more to say than this – the site has terms of service and if you break them you can get your account deleted. Or in this case suspended and then reinstated. And Plaxo […]

If Twitter went away, would anyone care?

12.16.07 Posted in Google, iac, jason calacanis, john moore, loren feldman, microsoft, snitter, twitter, Yahoo by

Disclaimer: This is no way an attempt to rip off of the great series John Moore runs over on BrandAutopsy — the title just seemed fitting. I have been using Twitter for some time now, increasing my usage to see if it changes how I’m consuming media and, more importantly, my opinion of it. I’m […]

In a bitter twist of irony, PayPerPost laughably cries censorship against Google

11.17.07 Posted in censorship, Google, jason calacanis, loren feldman, pay per post, payperpost by

Jason Calacanis posted earlier that Google has decided to drop PayPerPost “posties” bloggers page rankings down to zero. Explained via their site, a Page Ranking is: PageRank relies on the uniquely democratic nature of the web by using its vast link structure as an indicator of an individual page’s value. In essence, Google interprets a […]

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