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The Twit Network Trailer Parody

The Twit Network Trailer Parody

As you probably know, The Social Network is an upcoming film directed by David Fincher about the founding of Facebook. The film is set to hit theaters on October 1, 2010.

Recently a new social network movie trailer parody was released – The Twit Network, which as you can probably guess is the fictionalized version of the story of Twitter.

There have been a couple other funny faux social network trailers that have come out lately. Watch the trailer for The Other… More »

Facebook Losing 18-25 Audience?

Facebook Losing 18-25 Audience?

According to InsideFacebook, Facebook has begun to have a negative growth in the key demographic of 18-35 year-olds. And though the site continues to have significant positive growth overall, should they be worried about losing this key demographic?

Has Facebook lost its appeal to you? Do you use it as much as before?

Leave your comments here and let us know.

Also, visit IndustryPace.com to find out more about the Facebook statistics and growth patterns…. More »

Which Social Networking Site Do You Use Most?

Which Social Networking Site Do You Use Most?

Whether for business, for pleasure, or a little bit of both, it seems everyone is using social networking sites these days. Are you a big fan of Facebook or is Twitter more your thing? Which social networking site is your favorite?

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Get Night Guidance via Wertago

Get Night Guidance via Wertago

There are thousands of mobile applications and more and more applications are sprouting everyday. Some applications are poorly developed while some applications are really good, and some that are very creative.

How about an application that gives directions? This should fall under “common”, “uncreative” applications in the market. But what if its an application built for night life? I think that changes things and we now have a creative application. This application called Wertago is a premiere mobile application that was… More »

Exchange Contact Info in the Real World with Poken Pulse

Exchange Contact Info in the Real World with Poken Pulse

With all the technology available today and the ability to connect with people on so many different social networks, you’d think it would be easier to connect and share information with people in the real world.

Now you can with Start Pokens Poken Pulse device. The Poken Pulses are little USB devices that let owners exchange their contact information with each other by touching the “hands” on each person’s Poken Pulse device.

When you get home or back to the office you… More »

Using Radar to Share Photos and Video

Using Radar to Share Photos and Video

A while back my brother gave me the heads up about a website called Radar.net. Today another twitter friend recommended the site to me. Normally I’m pretty good with peer pressure, but since two people asked me to check it out, I figure I will.

The basics of the site are a place and a service for you to share videos and photos with others whether it be on the Radar.net site, twitter, Facebook, flickr or your own blog. All the… More »

Ways to Combat Your Computer Addiction

Ways to Combat Your Computer Addiction

I came across this post where it talks about computer computer and discuss that a lot of users might not be getting sunlight but instead spending time in front of the computer tweeting their way throughout the day. What social network sites are you spending time on? Facebook, LinkedIn, MySpace, Twitter, Digg, StumbleUpon, Friendster, Tumblr, Xanga? The post goes on to argue that people who spend time on Facebook has lower GPAs than their classmates who… More »

Coaches Get around Text Rules with Twitter

Coaches Get around Text Rules with Twitter

The NCAA may have a new text messaging rule to limit the contact coaches have with prospects, but there’s no rule against social networking…yet. And many coaches are taking advantage of that.

Division I and II coaches are allowed to contact recruits one-on-one using direct messaging services on Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, and other social networking websites. These types of messages are considered emails, which are permissable according to NCAA rules. Coaches can’t instant message or chat with recruits, but social networking… More »

Dale Earnhardt Shuns Twitter

Dale Earnhardt Shuns Twitter

As a Twitter-oholic, I never could quite understand famous people who refuse to use the site. After all, wouldn’t sites like Twitter and Facebook give them yet another way to connect with fans?

But when I read Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s take on things, I began to understand his point-of-view. He says, “There’s tons of imposters out there. I don’t have a MySpace, a Twitter or none of that (stuff). There’s a bunch of imposters out there though that you… More »

App Of The Week: EventBox

App Of The Week: EventBox

“Pack your social networks in one box”. That’s the apt slogan that The Cosmic Machine coined up for EventBox. This app puts together in one interface several popular social networking services. Facebook, Twitter, Flickr are some of the services that it integrates.

Instead of opening the several networking apps in several browser windows, EventBox packs it all for you in one neat interface. You just have one app open and it retrieves your data for you.

A great idea but the… More »