This cheat sheet by Corey Smith can help you discover which social network is right for you. “I’m eating bacon,” simply states why I prefer Twitter to the alternatives.
The New Yorker has an interesting look at the robotic side of Twitter and the challenges the service will face as it becomes a bigger business.
As a service, Twitter’s greatest strength is that its users have total control over whom they follow and what they see. As a business, Twitter’s greatest opportunity is in violating that control with advertisements.
This clever holiday gift guide is filled with all the stuff I’d buy myself if I had the money to afford more expensive taste. There are no gift suggestions in this guide for my wife. However, the writer has a good reason for his omission, which he expressed like this:
My apologies, there are no gift ideas for women in here. If you don’t know what to buy a woman for Christmas, you’re an idiot.
I guess social networks have already been around for a while.
Paris is the Paris of things that other things are the thing of.
— Dan Wineman (@dwineman) January 6, 2009