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Facebook: Computeracy by Degrees

When I first went to university at the end of the 1960s (yes, I really am that old, though not quite old enough to be of that generation that only remembers that decade through a haze of psychedelic phenomena), my choice of social sciences was regarded as somewhat fluffy. It was the age of "the

Xbox: Integrating Social Networks

Just a few short days ago I read the announcement that Microsoft announced a new relationship with the social networking services Twitter and Facebook. The relationship was created to enable users of Xbox Live to access their profiles and post photos to their Facebook accounts and allow Twitter users to post and read messages –

Twitter: it’s all about me

I’ve mentioned this before, but I’m still getting quite a lot of requests  to "follow" me on Twitter on an account that’s "protected". So I’m going to explain in a little more detail how this works. Or at least how it works for me… At the beginning of the year, it was suggested that it

Facing Down Facebook

An IT/business magazine called Information Age, apparently aimed at executives with interest and responsibilities in IT, hit my letterbox this morning. That’s an actual magazine with real paper pages: remember those? Seeing as it’s Saturday, I took it back to bed with me to look through while I had the first coffee of the day, and

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