Should Gmail be the Hub of Your Company's Social Media Strategy?

Should Gmail be the Hub of Your Company’s Social Media Strategy?

Louis Gray makes a case for putting Gmail as the heart of your Social Media Strategy.
Does it add up?
Well, Yes and No.
Let’s start with why use a Google account?
1. Access to Google Reader
2. Create a link blog using Google Reader
3. Use Feedburner to distribute your blog through RSS

Flickr release Shapefiles into Public Domain

Flickr release Shapefiles into Public Domain

Flickr is releasing all of the Flickr shapefiles as a single download, available for use under the Creative Commons Zero Waiver. That’s fancy-talk for “public domain”. Continue reading “Flickr release Shapefiles into Public Domain”

Upload your Shutter screenshots to Flickr | Shutter – Featureful Screenshot Tool

Upload your Shutter screenshots to Flickr | Shutter – Featureful Screenshot Tool

Shutter is a feature-rich screenshot program. You can take a screenshot of a specific area, window, your whole screen, or even of a website – apply different effects to it, draw on it to highlight points, and then upload to an image hosting site, all within one window.

Shutter is free, open-source, and licensed under GPL v3.

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New TweetDeck lets you manage multiple accounts & sync with iPhone

New TweetDeck lets you manage multiple accounts & sync with iPhone

The new version of TweetDeck lets you automatically sync all your columns and groups across any computer or iPhone.Sync has been one of the most popular feature requests among TweetDeck users for quite some time. Continue reading “New TweetDeck lets you manage multiple accounts & sync with iPhone”

Wikipedia Join Forces with StumbleUpon.com

Wikipedia Join Forces with StumbleUpon.com

Following our earlier article on Google integrating with StumbleUpon, I’ve noticed that Wikipedia is also getting in on the act. Would love to know who’s coordinating these decisions. Continue reading “Wikipedia Join Forces with StumbleUpon.com”

Achilles heel in Amazon Kindle – KindleGate: Confusion Abounds Regarding Kindle Download Policy

Achilles heel in Amazon Kindle – KindleGate: Confusion Abounds Regarding Kindle Download Policy

Dan Cohen highlights that the way Kindle and the Kindle iPhone are set up, you have no idea how many times you can download a book, or how many devices can be used to read it. His excellent article discusses the problems facing anyone who’s bought a Kindle as it seems that Kindle can’t tell (as far as I understand) how many times you have downloaded an ebook, especially if you are synced up to iPhone. Continue reading “Achilles heel in Amazon Kindle – KindleGate: Confusion Abounds Regarding Kindle Download Policy”