March Madness is well upon us as the men’s college basketball final four teams will be decided today. Google has created a events page just for the 2011 College Basketball Tournament. Google gives you all the tools you need to follow the tournament: The college basketball tournament is here and you can explore the games, schools, and [...]
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Explained as “the search bar for your life,” Greplin allows users to to search across your social graph. Greplin CEO Daniel Gross, who is 19 years old, came up with the idea while he was on his way to a party in 2009. He couldn’t remember where it was and needed to search through Gmail and Facebook, separately, to [...]
Covering the top social networking websites and forums over the past year, I’ve seen the growth of Facebook, the stagnation of twitter, and the demise of MySpace. The most consistent website in terms of rankings in 2010 is YouTube and Yahoo Answers.
What a difference a year makes. If you look at what the Top 10 Social Networking Websites at this time last year were, you’ll notice Myspace still having a 20% share of the marketplace. A year later they are scrapping for traffic and survival in the social media space. Top 10 Social Networking Websites – [...]
Facebook’s international expansion is well under way, and it’s arguably the largest and most wide-spread social network that ever existed. As Facebook grows on a global level, the current US dominance of the social network will gradually diminish and become more similar to the general distribution of Internet users.