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Patchlife: Turn Your Social Media Experiences Into A Journal

Patchlife is an aggregator of sorts, the website grabs your digital postings and weaves them into a searchable online journal that you can access whenever you wish. The program currently connects with the following social networks: Twitter, Facebook, Foursquare, Flickr, Tumblr, Prosperous and even your RSS feeds and connects the information you post into daily […]

Social Media Distractions Are Costing Some Businesses Millions Annually [Study]

Even the best of employees in this changing times have the tendency to become distracted by instant messages, emails and social media networks (Twitter, Facebook, etc) and it turns out that may be a bigger problem for businesses than originally expected. Social email software provider harmon.ie recently conducted a survey and found that online distractions […]

Social Media More Important to Youth Than Sense of Smell

Kids these days. Would you pick the being able to Facebook and Twitter over the ability to detect the scent of a gas leak, smoldering candle or other potentially dangerous smell? Then you’re old, according to a new study titled Truth on Youth. 7,000 whippersnappers were surveyed for the study, across seven countries- the UK, […]

Facebook Shares Temporarily Soar On Secondary Market Thanks To LinkedIn IPO

Did the LinkedIn IPO cause Facebook’s valuation to surge for a short period of time? That appears to be the case on secondary market sites SecondMarket and SharePost where the company’s shares jumped up for a brief period in May to $34, a site valuation of $85 billion before eventually falling back into place at […]