-How to Improve Your Brand with Social Media (SiteProNews.com)
"If you run an online business, chances are social media plays a big part in your marketing efforts. With millions logging on to various social networks every day, sites like Facebook and Twitter have become the NBCs and CBSs of today. As a marketer, you want to go where the people are, and people are flocking to social networks. This means you should be too." 12-14
-How to Remove Yourself From a Social Network Like Facebook (Time.com)
"Need to disappear from Facebook or Twitter? Now you can scrub yourself from the Internet with Web 2.0 Suicide Machine, a nifty service that purges your online presence from these all-consuming social networks."
"But be warned: As in life, resurrection is impossible." 01-10
Candidates Seeking Support on Web Social Networks (PBS.org)
"Almost every major Democratic and Republican candidate has built Facebook and MySpace profiles, venturing into territory once reserved for college students and young adults looking to connect with their friends online. Candidates have personalized their profiles, adding information ranging from lists of their favorite books to campaign promises. And most have welcomed thousands of online friends -- in Obama's case, nearly 250,000 supporters between the two networks."
Facebook's Future (Time Magazine)
"In his first interview with TIME, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sat down with reporter Laura Locke to talk about Facebook's rapid growth spurt, IPO rumors, future plans and the pressures of being a 23-year-old CEO in Silicon Valley." 07-07
Social Network - Facebook.com (Facebook.com)
"Facebook is a social utility that connects you with the people around you." 07-07
Social Network - MySpace.com (MySpace.com)
Provides personal Web space. 07-07
Social Network - YouTube.com (YouTube.com)
Provides and opportunity to self-publish videos. 07-07
Tracking Candidate Support on Web Social Networks (TechPresident.com)
Tracks support of presidential candidates on Facebook.com, MySpace.com, and YouTube.com.
YouTube.com Users Will Question the Candidates (MSNBC News)
"In their next debate, Democrats will face video questions from voters." 07-07