Our newest editor Mike Elgan on Google + — and why it rocks so hard. It’s his choice network — and it’s also home to the aNewDomain.net’s main audience. This is Mike Elgan’s answer to John C. Dvorak’s questions about Google+ …
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aNewDomain.net — Diigo offers better bookmark storage and access with opportunities for shared learning via its social information network. But spend some time with Diigo – pronounced Dee’go – and you’ll find it provides even more than just terrific bookmark storage. Diigo is an acronym for “Digest of Internet Information, Groups and Other stuff.” Part collaborative research tool and part community knowledge-sharing, […]
Travel Editor Russ Johnson reviews Stay.com, a web site and app that lets you create your own travel guide and experience.
Pikinis app for iOS lets you search for Facebook photos of bikini-clad women — and men, ostensibly. Our Madison Andrews is more than a little disturbed.
For ailing big corporate sites, Joe Ward has a vision that is astonishing and disruptive. Call it Media as a Service — or MaaS. Joe Ward’s xTV is a real product and a prescient vision of things to come.
aNewDomain.net — As teens and tweens continue to desert Facebook in favor of microblogging platform Tumblr, our Viki Reed provides some perpective on what, how and why. I remember the day I first considered using Facebook. It was 2006 and I had just heard about 17-year-old Ashley Qualls of Detroit — arguably the first teen online millionaire as a result […]
Are Zynga games as popular as they used to be? Not so much. Loren Feldman looks at the state of Zynga on the Tech Report
To Post or Not to Post Infographic: a social network guide. A great infographic to help you if you’re wondering — should I post this? If you have to ask …
At Monday’s Startup Bootcamp — August 27, 2012 in San Francisco — Virgin’s Porter Gale and other media influencers talk about how to improve your social klout. And Klout.
On today’s episode of The Report with Dan Patterson and Gina Smith, the topic is Facebook (Nasdaq: FB). It’s all anyone can talk about in Silicon Valley and Wall Street: how and whether Nasdaq botched the initial hours of trading, whether its opening share price of $38 was ridiculously high at 40X revenue and, now, […]